Beat low morale and low team morale by creating a culture of positive morale-boosting practices.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Emily Elrod about her experience helping organizations of people work better together, stress, and self-care at work. She shares some thoughts on why organizations should prioritize like-hearted over like-minded teams. Later, Emily explores topics like positive deviance, how to leverage dopamine, and progress over perfection. We then discuss what it takes to keep calm at work and emotional regulation. Listen in for more interesting thoughts on ways people, places, and things go from stressed to strategic.
The best tips for virtual communication and collaboration will help remote and hybrid companies learn how to keep remote teams connected.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Leah Fleischner about her experience in working with startups, coaching executives, and leading enterprise change initiatives. She shares some thoughts on the needs and motivations of todays worker that’s driving the ‘Great Resignation’. Later, Leah explores topics like mental health while working remote, why words matter, and the masculine-feminime expressions of leadership. We then discuss what it takes to be a great coach. Listen in for more interesting thoughts on moving forward with grace.
A remote or hybrid work culture requires a new approach to managing remote teams: use empathy and grace to keep your team connected.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Kate Leto about her experience in Product Management, Organizational Development, and Personal Development industries that has taken her around the world. She shares how self-awareness can help make you a better leader, develop confidence, and battle imposter syndrome. Later, Kate explains why changing Organizations must first start with changing individuals and teams. We then discuss different types of leadership skills and how to develop them. Listen in for more interesting thoughts on how to build higher-performing teams.