How do you fight Zoom fatigue? If you're still running things remotely, your team might be feeling the "Zoom fatigue". As the leader, what can you do about it? Engage with them! This clip shows an example of me engaging with a team during one of my virtual trainings. This will give you a real-life example of how to
We've all heard about the Great Resignation or have been dealing with it personally. So what can you do about it? Commit to connecting with your team on a deeper level so you can serve them selflessly. If you're not addressing what your team truly wants, you can't expect them to stick around. That starts
The people at the top are the ones always willing to make the extra pass. Remember, you never look bad making someone else look good. How can you make the extra pass today? https://youtu.be/yrCP_hhPEwo BLACK FRIDAY DEAL! My book "Lead with Hospitality" is included in Amazon's Black Friday Deals. Today save $9 on the hardcover here. On
Veterans Day always has me think about the selflessness of our soldiers. It takes a very special kind of person to be that selfless, but anyone can take a moment to encourage someone else. It may seem small but it can change someone's life. In this video I share a story about how one act
If we haven't met before, I wanted to introduce myself and if we have, I wanted to invite you to join my community! Take a moment to watch this video where I share the idea behind Lead with Hospitality and the different ways I can serve you and your team. https://youtu.be/k7cVHioGSkA Download the complimentary Lead with
Most people don't receive guidance, coaching, or teaching from someone until they trust them. The quickest way to build trust is to listen. Here are three people to listen to. This clip was taken from a virtual keynote I did for Louisa East Elementary School. https://youtu.be/8XKnO2KVRmQ Continue striving for self-mastery with my learning experience, learn more here.
How do you Lead with Hospitality when those that lead you aren't on board? In this video, I share how to handle this whether you're currently also a leader or making your way up through the ranks in your organization. This video was taken from a podcast interview I did with Azalee Maslow on The
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.