If you were 30 or 50 feet down in a mine that was collapsed, what would you do? Would you just sit and hope that somebody knew you were underground, r would you do all you could do to fight your way out? To say what’s going on out there is nothing short of crazy is not an exaggeration. Now is the time for you to bring value!
In this podcast, I interview Doug Bishop, CEO of MMA-Bouchard Region. Doug has an intentional approach to developing people, raising up leaders and building a culture. Tune into this podcast to learn what you can do to keep their attention, motivate them and continuously point them to a more positive future.
I believe that at the end of the day, we have to answer to ourselves. If we want to really thrive, to better ourselves, our businesses, and our communities, we have to practice personal accountability. Like so many of the important things in life, personal accountability requires commitment and effort. It is the belief that we are fully, completely, and entirely responsible for our own actions and consequences.
In this podcast I discuss the emotional intelligence skill of internal motivation. Intrinsic motivation is a deep drive or desire to do the right things for the right reasons. This is the opposite of extrinsic motivation, which is nothing more than a desire to avoid punishment or a yearning to gain a reward such as recognition, success, influence, or money.
If there’s one thing that most everyone in leadership can agree upon, it’s that employee engagement is important. We all want businesses that are thriving and that isn’t going to happen if our employees are apathetic and disengaged. So, how do we avoid employee disengagement, and how do we fix it when it happens?