I still remember my former boss in the NFL League Office saying the easiest thing to do is stay on the treadmill you’re on. My executive coach challenged that notion. By the time we hung up the call, I started to believe there could be other treadmills to run on. You want the details?
Leaders often neglect to lead themselves—which becomes a loss of focus and awareness on how their daily actions and behaviors are impacting their team and their organization. Their locker room is fractured by gaps in trust, camaraderie, and connection. So, how do you solve this puzzle?
Some employers and leaders read this and feel fear, angst, and confusion. I see opportunity, possibility, and purpose. My optimism is based on positive action and results, as there are many organizations that continue to thrive in our current environment, as they have incorporated their own form of the People360 Blueprint that I will share with you momentarily.
People first can either be a bumper sticker or a way of life. It starts with leadership.
As leaders, we set the tone for culture. Culture sets the tone for people. People drive the performance of our business. All equally fuel the health of our team.
Once healthy, all areas of our talent cycle win. From recruiting to engagement to retention, and beyond.
WARNING: this is not a one-off workshop. This is a cultural transformation program.
If you’re ready to put people first, and do the hard work necessary, let’s talk.