Saturday Rundown #26
Ken Feinberg is a lawyer and mediator. Perhaps you have heard his name because he was invited into numerous major disasters like 9/11 victims, BP oil spill, Aurora and Sandy Hook shootings, Penn State scandal, Boston Marathon bombing, and other national situations. While Ken is a gifted attorney what makes him desired and capable of handling national situations, is his willingness to get in the middle of emotions, misunderstanding, pain, and addressing the conflict head-on. Question: are you willing to handle conflict head-on or do you think it will just go away? Watch your poise, be open, show courage, listen, seek to understand, and focus on the emotion first and problem second.
Root for Others
Making the time to compliment someone when they have done something well, creates connections with others. There is something amazing that happens when another person knows that we see them and are cheering them on. Guess what? It doesn't cost you a thing.
LinkedIn / 2 minutes
How Chick-fil-A Created a Culture that Lasts
Culture is the soul of the organization. Every company has a culture whether it’s intentionally or accidentally built. Chick-fil-A has built something using inclusion and intention. How can you get employees or volunteers to engage in your culture?
Forbes / 3 minutes
How to Use Positive Reinforcement
Human beings need a positive stimulus. What can positive reinforcement do for your team? It may have more helpful results than you can imagine.
LinkedIn / 3 minutes
5 Hallmarks of Outstanding Hospitality
Hospitality is all about how you make someone feel. What if the golden rule experienced a little twist and that became a driver for how you deliver care? This could be a game changer...do unto others as they would like you to do unto them.
Fox News / 3 minutes
Rising Above the Noise Despite Distractions
How to Increase Your First-Time Guest Numbers
Listen in as church consultant, Tony Morgan, sheds insight on how to increase your first-time guest numbers. I know it's not always about numbers but without more guests coming in, you simply become what you already are and that won't move you forward.
The Unstuck Group / 26 minutes
Neuroscience Makes You a Better Leader
Neuroleadership is a term that is relatively new and has a direct impact on how you leads others. Follow along in a conversation with a neuroscientist on how your leadership can make you a better leader. In other words, science can help you become the leader you really would like to be for others.
Inc / 3 minutes
"One of the most practical ways to eliminate a bad habit is to reduce exposure to the cue that causes it."
~ James Clear, Author