Dramatic changes have taken place in the work environment. Guest writer, Katie Brenneman offers insights on What Does Leadership in the Hybrid Office Look Like?Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
Topics: positive reinforcement, Work Environment, Remote Working, Remote Workers, Hybrid Office
The World’s best run companies, like Google, share a commonality – Execution Excellence.Read More
Topics: Strategic Discipline, positive reinforcement, Focus, OKR - Objectives and Key Results, CEO Leadership Focus, Measure What Matters
I’m on vacation this week so I’m republishing a couple of blogs I feel have the greatest value and interest. This particular blog is on measurement and is based on a chapter in one of my favorite authors and books, Aubrey Daniels’ Bringing Out the Best in People.Read More
Topics: Bringing Out the Best In People, People, Aubrey Daniels, positive reinforcement, measurement, People Development
Topics: Employee Feedback, employee engagement, Employee Recognition, employee performance, positive reinforcement, Psychology of Achievement
How can you make people feel important? What benefits do you receive by doing so?
Topics: Employee Feedback, employee engagement, Employee Recognition, Business Growth, employee performance, positive reinforcement, Psychology of Achievement, Brian Tracy
This past week my wife Michelle visited some friends in the St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay area and attended the Packer-Buccaneer game on Sunday.
Topics: positive reinforcement, Give and Take, appreciation, Michelle Wick, Mom, reward and recognition
Thanksgiving is just two days away. The holiday means this will be my only blog this week. I thought instead of providing Liz Wiseman’s Growth Summit presentation on Rookie Smarts I’d take a chapter from your previous book Multipliers and send a message on thankfulness.
Topics: Acute Myeloid Luekemia, positive reinforcement, Gratitude and Recognition, appreciation, Thankful
We spoke on confidence before in Where Does Confidence Come From? Giving Positive Reinforcement. A reader posted a comment to LinkedIn reminding me of another place where confidence comes from.
Topics: quarterly meetings, Coach Advisor, Catalyst, positive reinforcement, confidence, mentor
What happens to your brain, when it gets to think about something hard?
Topics: Employee Feedback, employee engagement, positive reinforcement, confidence, precision and specificity
On my laptop that I frequently take to client meetings is a picture of my family including my wife, Michelle. Occasionally I get compliments on how attractive she and my family is. I often relay this to her and I frequently tell her how attractive she is.
Topics: Employee Feedback, Employee Recognition, employee performance, People, positive reinforcement, best practices of growth companies, human behavior, How to Motivate Employees, human behavior performance