Accept where the other person is going, do something that supports where the other person is going, create a safe space where anything can be discussed, and communicate about steps 1-3.
Engaged people are more effective, innovative, make fewer errors, and do not get sick as often. People are driven by feelings they associate with meeting goals.
Provide an environment that allows people to fulfill their own essences. People are more productive when they are doing something they are passionate about.
Steps include establishing clear values and shifting existing culture to create receptiveness for different values and beliefs. Hear examples of how this can be implemented.
Hear a summary of the four key elements of this program: quality of relationships is determined by mindset, how to communicate with authenticity, how to create accountability and responsibility, and four steps that make relationships work.
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This program outlines the keys for engagement people and teams. Employee engagement is at the top of the list for many organizations. But despite all efforts engagement has only increased by 2% over the past 10 years. Still today, about 80% of all employees are disengaged. The approach in this episode delivers a simple model to access the deepest drivers and source of power in people – their Essence. This program addresses how to make diversity and inclusion work in teams, and closes with 4 steps that can make every relationship work - if you choose to follow them.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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