Mar 22, 2016
I coach supervisors, managers, and front line employees who want to work in their highest potential. As a trainer who trains trainers, I also invite you to subscribe if you are developing your professional training career.
I kick off the 25th episode by acknowledging some of the podcasts which have impacted me in a positive way - I encourage you to give these podcasts a listen!
- EO Fire
- Amy Porterfield for all things facebook
- The Creative Penn (if you are a writer)
This week I take you back into the Coaching Employees training I delivered. You'll learn why it's important to use data when coaching employees and how to deal with those employees who aren't high performers because they have attitude issues.
It's been beautiful here, at my studio, so after the podcast outro I share sounds from the woods. If you want a little nature break, keep listening after the closing.
My focus is training front line employees, supervisors, and managers so they can reach their highest potential in their careers. I also taught college level Business Communication and Employee Readiness courses for 15 years. Employees and students tell me my courses change their lives for the better, and my evaluations consistently rate me as an engaged and motivational speaker. I decided to produce a podcast in the effort to support a broader audience of people in higher levels of job satisfaction and productivity, as well as encourage people to find jobs for which they are a good fit.
If you know anyone getting ready to start college, or even at a crossroads in life trying to put things back together in a positive way, may I encourage you to give them my book, From Average Student to Academic Rock Star? This is my foundational college orientation available on Amazon in paperback. Set up like a workbook with action steps, this information has helped thousands of people get their goals on track. Some readers are purchasing it as a gift, and then deciding to keep it for themselves because of the life lessons addressed in the book. Check it out on Amazon!
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