Episode 71 – How You Process the World

Dawn Shuler shares Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences – not how intelligent one is, per se, but how one processes the world.  She describes the 7 different intelligences and discusses that recognizing how someone processes the world can lead to greater understanding and even greater productivity in the workplace.
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Employee engagement as a two-way street

With all the work we’ve done on employee engagement (studying it, analyzing it, helping companies increase it), we’re convinced that employee engagement is a two-way street. It’s not just the responsibility of the managers and leaders.  It’s the responsibility of the employees as well. See, if you give only one person in a relationship the sole responsibility for that relationship, there’s an inherent and immediate imbalance that is not sustainable. Employee engagement isn’t just communication and giving atta-boys and atta-girls. It’s much more than that. Let me introduce our Collaborative Employee Engagement Model™. At the center of the model is
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Episode 66 – Feedback – What it Really Is.

We’ve probably heard a lot of the statistics regarding feedback and employee engagement – that the more regular the feedback, the more engaged the employee is.  But what is feedback? Is it simply a pat on the back for a job well-done?  Listen in to today’s episode as Dawn Shuler explores what feedback really is (or what it should be).
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Episode 65 – Environmental Fit

A few episodes ago, I talked about IEF – an individual’s fit with his or her environment.  In that episode, I mentioned that there are many factors that make up one’s environment.  In today’s episode, I go over many of those factors, from internal to external, from tangible and visible to intangible.
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