Have you ever wondered why some companies thrive with a vibrant culture while others stagnate?
In the latest episode of the Creating Powerful Impact podcast, I sit down with corporate culture maestro Joseph Sutter to unravel the mysteries behind a work environment that keeps employees not just coming back, but actively engaged.
Together, we dissect the fabric of workplace motivation, looking beyond the dollar signs to the heart of what makes people tick at work. From the power of personal growth opportunities to the influence of social responsibility, we uncover strategies that resonate with the values of today’s workforce.
When was the last time a job made you feel genuinely appreciated?
We navigate the forgotten art of thoughtful leadership and the immense role it plays in employee appreciation. Our discussion takes us through the transformative power of personalizing rewards, such as funding experiences that align with an individual’s hobbies or dreams. Real stories from the business world illustrate how a shift in focus from generic financial incentives to unique, individual-centric gestures can drive a surge in enthusiasm and dedication. We also delve into why employees are walking out the door, and spoiler alert: it’s not just about the paychecks.
Finally, I share a slice of my own rollercoaster journey through the recruiting industry, from the euphoric highs of crushing revenue goals to the humbling lows of market crashes and professional betrayals. It’s a candid look at the resilience needed to bounce back and the importance of fostering not just business relationships, but human connections. Insights on crafting a positive work atmosphere and the small, personal touches that make a big difference round off the episode.
(13:04) Leadership and Appreciation in the Workplace
On the Creating Powerful Impact podcast, your host, Shay Wheat, Certified Event Producer™, Founder & CEO of Grace and Ease Productions, Inc. talks with coaches, experts, and thought leaders that are creating a wave of change with the work they do in the world. She believes that everyone has a unique message that can positively impact the world and we deserve to hear their stories. #creatingpowerfulimpact