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Most people are thrown into management positions without any official training. And because a manager’s role in a company is crucial and affects everyone, this can pose problems in the future. In this episode with Peter Economy, we tackle the lack of managerial training, poor management practices, and their corresponding solutions. Peter is a professional writer with 20 years of experience in his belt. He’s a best-selling author and a publishing consultant. He also writes for Inc.com as The Leadership Guy. If you want to learn how to become a good manager, tune into this episode as Peter shares what his book is all about and how you can lead and run a company better!  Grab yourself a copy of Peter’s Wait, I'm the Boss?!?: The Essential Guide for New Managers to Succeed from Day One 👉 here!  In this episode, you will learn about: Peter’s personal experience in leading without training The number one reason why people leave their jobs Bad leadership habits: Why they last and how to stop them How you can become a good manager How to set attainable goals for your employees CLEAR goals: What they are and how it can help your organization Creating a safe space for learning in the workplace When and how to conduct regular checkup meetings  Feedback: How often you should give them Why money isn’t the number one job motivator The best way you can motivate your employees Workplace gossip: When you should step in The inspiration behind “Wait, I’m the Boss?!?” Knowing when to delegate certain tasks and when to do it yourself Connect with Peter: Peter Economy Twitter @bizzwriter LinkedIn The Venture Edge - Peter’s blog Mentioned in this episode: 1001 Ways to Reward Employees by Bob Nelson   What did you think of this episode? Give us a 5-star rating and write a review on Apple Podcasts, or take our survey. Contact Brandon: Email Brandon.Laws@xeniumhr.com or connect on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram Learn more about Xenium HR at xeniumhr.com Follow Xenium on Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.
With the help of technology, publishing your job posts has never been easier. The challenge, how will you stand out and attract the best pool of job seekers? In a sea of job postings, how do you help a qualified individual seeking for a job find your job posts?  In this episode, we are joined by the career expert Mac Prichard to answer questions related to job search and job postings! Mac is a Communications Strategist and the Founder and Publisher of Mac’s List, a top source for job listings in Portland, Oregon aimed at professionals who’re looking for a personally fulfilling career. He is also the host of Find Your Dream Job podcast where they provide inspiration, empathy, insider secrets, and actionable advice to help you find purposeful work! Check out my guest appearance on Mac’s show! At Mac’s List, they believe that behind every successful career, there’s a smart, effective job seeker. And Mac will share tips for job seekers and how employers can create a compelling job post and help others build a great career! In this episode, you will learn about: Update on the current volumes of job postings on Mac’s list Job losses and recovery Passive job seekers and job seeking for survival How employers can make their job post appealing How to have a clear hiring process Why you should be giving much information as possible before an interview  What constitute a good job interview? How to write a job posting in a compelling way Connect with Mac: LinkedIn Twitter @Mac_Prichard Facebook Twitter @Macs_List Instagram @macs_list Mentioned in this episode: Mac’s List Find Your Dream Job Podcast What did you think of this episode? Give us a 5-star rating and write a review on Apple Podcasts, or take our survey. Contact Brandon: Email Brandon.Laws@xeniumhr.com or connect on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram Learn more about Xenium HR at xeniumhr.com Follow Xenium on Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.
Great teams are at the heart of every successful business and organization. But what makes a great team? Is it the presence of a star player, or is it a dynamic leader who knows how to empower and bring out the best in their team? Find out the answer today as former pro athlete Mike Robbins teaches us how to create a team culture of high performance, authenticity, trust, and belonging! Mike is a sought-after motivational keynote speaker, seminar leader, and the author of five books, including his latest, We’re All in This Together. Robbins spent the past 15 years researching and speaking about essential human experiences in the workplace. Robbins' work is centered around emotional intelligence, leadership, teamwork, authenticity, appreciation, compassion, and vulnerability at work and in life.  Make sure you don’t skip this episode, as Mike provides essential tips on how to create a strong culture of empowerment, trust, and performance and how to sustain it to accomplish exceptional results! Grab a copy of Mike’s We’re All in This Together: Creating a Team Culture of High Performance, Trust, and belonging 👉 here!   In this episode, you will learn about: Lessons that Mike learned from his sports playing days on what makes a great team Team chemistry in sports The challenges of moving from team to team Lessons on how the Golden State Warriors and their psychologically safe organization were able to turn things around in a difficult match Creating an environment where people feel safe to share their ideas and thoughts without feeling shamed Authenticity continuum and bringing your whole self to work The Authenticity Equation How the “If you really knew” exercise helps with vulnerability issues The difference between diversity and inclusion The importance of inclusion and belonging The “Trash can exercise” and how you can best use your education to help others who don’t have the same privilege as you do Embracing the sweaty palm conversation The appreciation seat exercise Connect with Mike: Mike Robbins - website LinkedIn Instagram @mikedrobbins Twitter @mikedrobins Facebook Mentioned in this episode: Amy Edmondson on Creating Better Organizations by Building Psychological Safety in the Workplace Bring your whole self to work | Mike Robbins | TEDxBerkeley Mike’s books: Focus on the Good Stuff: The Power of Appreciation Bring Your Whole Self To Work: How Vulnerability Unlocks Creativity, Connection, and Performance Nothing Changes Until You Do Bring Your Whole Self To Work: How Vulnerability Unlocks Creativity, Connection, and Performance Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken: Transform Your Life with the Power of Authenticity What did you think of this episode? Give us a 5-star rating and write a review on Apple Podcasts, or take our survey. Contact Brandon: Email Brandon.Laws@xeniumhr.com or connect on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram Learn more about Xenium HR at xeniumhr.com Follow Xenium on Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.
Our work environment heavily impacts our health more than we ever know. When we are not taking care of ourselves, we are more prone to burn out, stress, and sickness.  If you are not in your top condition, you’re more absent and disengaged at work. But when you’re in a space that empowers you to be healthy and happy, it’ll reflect on your work! Join me in this episode as we talk about how to create safe spaces and build accountability connections within your organizations with Emily Elrod! She is an experienced corporate consultant and the President of Workzbe, a company with a mission to creating environments where people can have accountability, long-lasting connections, and favorable results. Find out how you can create wise work that your people need as Emily shares her knowledge and expertise so you have a culture that empowers people to show up, contribute, collaborate, and have fun in what they do! In this episode, you will learn about: Creating safe spaces or accountability connection Building through trust Implementing programs and processes that’ll make your people’s lives better Why information is not always power Why it’s important to have a conversation about stress The ideal work environment Why you should help yourself first to help others Why you should strive to know your people first before you start allocating your resources Connect with Emily: Workzbe LinkedIn Instagram @emmyelrod Facebook Mentioned in this episode: Watch Brandon's guest appearance on Emily's podcast How to Say Anything to Anyone: A Guide to Building Business Relationships That Really Work by Shari Harley Everybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring for Your People Like Family by Bob Chapman What did you think of this episode? Give us a 5-star rating and write a review on Apple Podcasts, or take our survey. Contact Brandon: Email Brandon.Laws@xeniumhr.com or connect on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram Learn more about Xenium HR at xeniumhr.com Follow Xenium on Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Aug 29th, 1985
Location
Newberg, Oregon, United States of America
Episode Count
349
Podcast Count
7
Total Airtime
1 week, 1 day
PCID
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