Eliminate silos. Shift from working in silos,
or individual parts, to working as a whole organization. Silos
create competition, egos, and bureaucracy. Instead, think of your
organization as if it were a human body. It has different
specialized parts, but it works as a whole. It must always be
coordinated, connected, and in harmony.
Teach servanthood. Spend time teaching and
inspiring people in your organization on how they can serve others.
Don’t just tell them what to do; lead by example. Make serving
other people an instilled way of being.
Live in the zone. Adopt a habit of getting yourself in the zone,
helping others get in the zone, and always working to spend more
time in the zone. This is where our very best work happens, and we
should do whatever is necessary to maximize our time here.
Utilize your leaders. Identify the best people
in your organization to champion training and to teach the rest.
There is nothing more effective than teaching your highly engaged
and great communicators to turn around and build up the rest of the
Titus - in their
conversations with CEOs and hiring managers, they hear frustration
with traditional recruiting. From outrageous fees to focusing on
candidates before clients, the process was broken and needed to be
fixed. Enter Titus Talent. Titus Talent Strategies serves its
clients using passionate people, a proven process, and unparalleled
Emplify – Are you still
using pulse surveys? How about annual questionnaires? If your
organization relies on either of these, it’s time to discover
Emplify. Emplify has created a new way to measure employee
engagement. It’s where CEOs who want to know
what’s really happening within a workforce go… to get
honest feedback… and to understand what needs to change for people
to love their work using simple and trustworthy data.
About the Podcast
Gut+Science explores employee engagement insights you can act on, from CEOs you can trust. Get ready for high energy interviews led by employee engagement evangelist Nikki Lewallen—ones that’ll have you rethinking what it means to build successful people-first cultures.