In this video, I walk you through the 4 steps to having a successful 1:1 meeting. 1 - Ask questions. 2 - Ask for feedback. 3 - Offer feedback. 4 - Share the future. https://youtu.be/OLT0tGhDoEg This video is sponsored by the Leading with Hospitality learning experience, Commitment to Connection. Learn more here.
What’s the most important thing for leaders to remember when it comes to having one on ones? Be more interested than interesting. Ask great questions! I often reference and give credit to my favorite author, and in many ways, my own personal inspiration for becoming an author myself, Mark Sanborn. In his book, The Fred Factor, he
When people genuinely feel welcome on our teams and in our organizations, here’s what happens: They relax and begin to feel safe, which allows them to be themselves. They begin to have an open mind, which sparks their creativity for new, fresh ideas.They have less anxiety and fear, fewer doubts, and more energy, passion, and commitment.They begin
To truly lead your team to take inspired action you have to connect with them on both a logical and emotional level. Watch the video for an illustration of how this works. https://youtu.be/h4jg0jjPsH4 PS - Are you ready to emotionally connect with your team but aren't sure how? Take the next step here.
Conventional wisdom tells us, if we want to influence, inspire, or motivate others to take action, all we need to do is show them facts, charts, graphs, and statistics. However, as we can see, science suggests differently. It’s actually emotion and feelings which provide the energy and ultimate inspiration to take action, change directions, and
The stories guests and customers tell aren’t because of the nightly fireworks, Cinderella’s castle, lakes of dreams, chandelier bars, state-of-the-art workout equipment, or the dazzling presentations to Wall Street. Instead, guests vote with their feet, their wallets, and their Instagram accounts because of the emotional connections sparked and reignited. It’s all about how people made them feel.