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007. Love Your People… Lead Your People Dr. Tony Zeiss. - T + P 007!. Wake Up Call. People + Mission = Success. Cultivate Peak Performance… - in yourself. - in your employees. Build Your Own Ladder. Vision Thought Influence Reciprocity. I. Power of Vision.
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007 Love Your People… Lead Your People Dr. Tony Zeiss
People + Mission = Success Cultivate Peak Performance… - in yourself. - in your employees.
Build Your Own Ladder • Vision • Thought • Influence • Reciprocity
I. Power of Vision POWER OF VISION + WILL TO SUCCEED = SUCCESS
Greatest Predictor of Career Success “Personal Vision”
Power of Thought We Are What We Think
Thoughts Belief Action Optimistic or Pessimistic Reactive or Anticipatory
“Remember, whether you think you can or you can’t… You’re right! Henry Ford
Power of Influence (Lead your people) 9. Law of Learning • Law of Self-Confidence • Law of Organization • Law of Results
III. Power of Influence • Law of Problem Solving • Law of Team Work (Trusting Relationships) • Law of Work Ethic • Law of Communication
Thoughts Belief Action Old John
If You Don’t Like the Facts Change Your Attitude
Four Primary Motivators of Workers • Recognition • Sense of Belonging • Personal Growth & Making a Difference • Fair Compensation~ (Love your people)
IV. Power of Reciprocity “We Reap What We Sow” “Do Unto Others…”
“America is facing the greatest labor & skills shortagein its history!” The Big Challenge
Smart Organizations Are… • Attracting • Developing • Retaining Peak Performers!
I. Attracting Peak Performers • Establish great reputation for a good place to work. • Establish a reliable worker supply chain. • Provide competitive salary and benefits. • Closely match candidates’ abilities & interests to the job profile.~
II. Developing Peak Performers • Provide effective & relevant training for all employees. • Provide effective motivation for all employees. • Provide a supportive & caring environment.
Employee Motivators • Recognition • A sense of belonging • A sense of significance & personal growth • Fair compensation tied to achievement & productivity~
III. Retaining Peak Performers • First, hire the right people for the job. • Treat them with respect, trust, and do what you promise. • Understand why you lose good employees.~
Why Employees Leave • Distrust • Little or no recognition • Little sense of purpose • Inadequate compensation • Poor work environment • Poor supervisors • Job insecurity • Undervalued~
To Be the Best, Ask this Question: “How would I compete with myself, my department, my company?”
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