The Practicalities Of Leadership #4055

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The Practicalities Of Leadership #4055 - GROW GREAT

Today’s show mentions:

• Jim Collison’s TheAverageGuy.tv

• Meet or exceed the market demands or pay the price. Your choice.

• You need to be practical as an employer.

• Your employees have practical needs, too.

• Don’t step over dollars to pick up nickels. And if you do, don’t complain about the results. You reap what you sow.

• We can all make a bad deal…a deal we regret. Avoid it.

• Give your employees a story of where they fit, how they fit and why they make a positive difference.

• Don’t give them a story and they’ll craft one of their own. And it will be bad. Guaranteed.

• People want to come to work each day and leave each day knowing their story relative to the company’s performance.

• Employees crave feedback.

• Celebrate more. Genuine celebrations…not fake, rah-rah stuff.

• Your silence is deafening to your work force.

• People will work hard for recognition.

• Do you want better people? Then step up and pay like it.

• Make sure everybody knows how they personally make a difference.

• Let your employees arrive each day and leave each day not knowing that…and you’ll retain your disengaged work force.

• Employee engagement surveys contribute to disengage your employees!

• Only the employee engagement consulting company wins with an employee engagement survey.

• If you want to send a signal to your employees that they matter…it begins with your practical offers. Pay them what they’re worth.

• Leadership makes all the difference! Great leadership improves revenues and profits. And culture!

• People make the difference. That’s why Grow Great is about higher human performance. Namely, yours. And your people!

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About the author: Randy Cantrell is the founder of Bula Network, LLC – an executive leadership advisory company helping leaders leverage the power of others through peer advantage, online peer advisory groups. Interested in joining us? Visit ThePeerAdvantage.com