We Help Leaders Build Engaged Teams
Ever notice that many employees have a negative reaction to “constructive feedback”?
We have a process that changes that and helps you develop and engage your team.
Schedule a call to discuss your goals and questions.
Agree on Strategy that works best for your situation.
Let’s team up to reduce stress and engage your team.
“Stephen helped us clarify the roles for which we are recruiting, as a basis for effectively interviewing candidates, and to assist with designing individual tailored executive development programs.”Jim Nathan
Can You Relate to This?
Great leaders want to be successful and thrive in their jobs.
They have a growth mindset and often say, “There has got to be a better way.” They want engaged, productive and loyal employees who do their jobs well and deliver results without out stress and drama.
Recently, I did a random sampling of several hundred Leadership 360 Assessments that I’ve done over the last ten years. It was interesting to find that generally, leaders fell into one of two camps.
One camp of leaders are conflict-averse and avoid holding team members that are disruptive or rude accountable.
The other leaders negatively criticized others, were autocratic, sarcastic, demeaning, or closed minded.
Either camp will demoralize, disengage, and drive away employees.
Recent Neuroscience studies have revealed that negative feedback has the same impact on people as if they are smacked upside the head.
On the other hand, research shows people need and want constant feedback, but it needs to be the right kind of feedback.
So we created Reimagine Feedback a coaching program using brain science to help leaders engage, develop, and spark change in their people.
I recently saw Stephen present at a conference for health care human resources managers. He shared lots of great ideas. Plus, as a communications professional I was impressed by the clarity of Stephen’s slides (no cramped text that nobody can read!) and content.”Evonne Dunn
“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble.
It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”