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On this episode of The Hut with Hosts Patrick Shore & Jodi Livengood discover why setting smart goals that are outcome based is vital to a thriving and growing company as is tracking its progress and knowing what areas need improvement.
Pat and Jodi will also tackle the dreaded employee performance review. Learn how to conduct them so that they're surprise free.
Patrick Shore is President, and CEO of Intellithink, LLC Intentional Innovation, bringing more than twenty-five years of experience in defining, designing and implementing fresh ideas with results.
for more information visit http://intelli-think.com/our-team/
One of the most common areas of frustration in the workplace is lack of performance feedback. Employees want to know how they're doing on the job but managers aren't giving feedback because they don't know where to start so they delay, avoid, or just don't do it. Too many leaders are making this way more difficult than it needs to be. It doesn't need to be difficult when you follow a simple model.
Top 5 reasons you need to listen to this episode:
You can develop your leadership skills in just 15 minutes
Giving feedback isn't difficult when you know where to start
The better you get at giving feedback the more valuable you become
Employee engagement increases when employees know how they're doing
The #1 Reason... what you learn will make your job so much easier!
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The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, September 3, 2014, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT). The #TChat radio portion runs the first 30 minutes from 7-7:30 pm ET, followed by the #TChat Twitter chat from 7:30-8 pm ET.
Last week we talked about why HR pros need to support each other and help each other thrive, and this week we’re going to talk about people, performance and building legendary teams.
In two months’ time, we’ll be cheering for our favorite players and teams during the baseball Fall Classic, these will be legendary teams that have been performance focused to drive winning outcomes.
In business, the same is true. Focusing on people and their performance is what drives better outcomes for business.
When your people win, they feel more capable and confident, translating into happy people. They are then more likely to be candid in communicating and advancing the business and driving innovation.
Businesses that excel focus on their employee-customers first. Allowing employees to reach their potential as they drive results for any and all shareholders, and of course, their paying customers.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Shows co-creators and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn more about people, performance and building legendary teams with this week’s guest: Patrick Antrim, an author, speaker, entrepreneur, leadership coach and CEO. Patrick is also a pro baseball mentor and a former New York Yankee, and his leadership & coaching firm, LegendaryTeams.com, is focused on winning in life and business.
Thank you to our sponsors and partners: RIVS, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, TalentWise, Dice, SAP/SuccessFactors, PeopleFluent, Red Branch Media and HRmarketer Insight.
This week: The Power of Practice! Musicians practice for perfection. Do you? This week we discuss the role of training and how it impacts your live performance. Whether you are a business or a band, how you practice will profoundly impact how you look and sound to your audience.
If your brand were a band, would you leave the audience wanting more? This show is about how musical concepts and principles can help your brand put on the best live performance every day. Music is Art and Science and is the ultimate multi-generational multi-cultural language of our humanity. Join us as we show you the value of Practice, Precision, Harmony, Melody, review and repetition. Leave the audience wanting more with the Power of Performance!
This Podcast speaks on two major concerns concussion prevention and athletic performance. concussions are a very big concerns for alot of people from the athlete, parents, and coach's. We will never eliminate concussions but it is in power to limit the amount of concussions that do happen.
Athletic performance and concussion prevention do relate we will never be able to put the full athletic product on the field if athlete's are always gaining concussions. Athletic performance is built when we place a need to prevent injuries then looking at the amount of power each athlete is able to produce.
In this podcast you will find some simple solutions on preventing concussions from the upcoming season. Remeber that prevention starts before the season starts.
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The Hut with your hosts Patrick Shore & Jodi Livengood
Today Pat and Jodi discuss Performance Management - No Surprises. Setting smart goals that are outcome based is vital to a thriving and growing company as is tracking its progress and knowing what areas need improvement. Jodi and Pat will also tackle the dreaded Employee Performance Review. How to conduct them and have them be surprise-free.
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Please join Baset and Ramisous as we delve into the importance of myth in black performance.
BluPrint salutes special guest Philena DeVaughn to BluPrint Radio. A Master of Arts in Education, Philena has conducted needs assessment, needs analyses and evaluated performance improvement programs on which she provided technical assistance. Tune in to her discussion on how performance management & performance appraisals are different and how to create the “right” environment for both managers and employees.
A consultant, trainer and educator, Philena DeVaughn has over 25-years of experience in training and development in many capacities to include public, private and in institutions of higher learning. She has experience in curricula development and design and has been an Adjunct Professor at Governor's State University in Illinois and at Strayer University in northern Virginia.
As an athlete it's natural for you to think in terms of "competition" all the time. You've probably never questioned thinking that way.
But do you find that you're comparing yourself to other athletes frequently? Are you paying more attention to what someone else is doing than what you're doing? Do you feel jealous or envious of another athlete's success?
What if there was a more empowering way to approach your performance?
It may sound crazy, but the mindset of competing and comparing yourself to others can be affecting your performance in a negative way. A better approach is to come from the mindset of "creating".
In this episode, Stacey will talk about the difference between competing and creating in your sports performance. Then we'll tap a protocol designed to help you release the habit of comparing and competing…freeing you up to create the performance you truly desire.
Stacey Vornbrock, M.S. is pioneering the use of EFT with professional and amateur athletes to release mental, emotional, physical, and mechanical blocks on the cellular level. She is recognized as a leading expert in the use of EFT with sports performance and is the author of 9 EFT Breakthrough Performance Sports Manuals as well as ebooks for non-athletes.
To schedule your free performance evaluation session with Stacey, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 480-945-9750. Visit her website.
Our Guest: Bruce Cryer is a leadership coach and consultant, author, speaker, and co-founder of What Makes Your Heart Sing. For eleven years he served as CEO of the internationally acclaimed HeartMath, an innovative research-based firm offering scientifically-validated products and award-winning technology to boost performance, productivity and health while reducing stress.
Bruce’s clients include Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, Stanford University, the NHS (UK), HP, NASA, Boeing, L’Oreal, and the Samueli Institute. He is co-author of the book "From Chaos to Coherence: The Power to Change Performance" and the Harvard Business Review article “Pull the Plug on Stress”. Bruce has been a faculty member of the Stanford Executive Program since 1997, Stanford’s Health Improvement Program since 2008, and was named a Top 50 Thought Leader in Personal Excellence. He has been interviewed for or written in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Inc. magazine, Fast Company, Modern Healthcare, Leadership Excellence, and medical journals such as Stress Medicine as well as many other business and health publications. A series of major health challenges convinced Bruce to transition to a variety of new roles more closely matching his passions. A former actor/singer/dancer on Broadway, he has revived his singing and dancing skills as a “keynote performer” helping audiences align your work with what is most alive and inspired in your heart.