This post continues our ZingTrain webinar replays. This is the beginning of the 2nd series that I've called, Building a Great Team.
The first recording has a crazy echo and we won't replay it here. The 2nd webinar is called 8 Terrific Tips to Tune up Your Team. If you find your team is experiencing the following, then you need to listen for some great ideas to help solve them:
Productivity is down
Energy seems flat
Interpersonal tension is up
“Fun” isn’t a word you’d use to describe coming to work
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Katie Frank is a ZingTrain consultant and trainer. In part 2 of my discussion with Katie we deep dive into what ZingTrain does, but to me it is really a discussion of some steps people can take to start making a more intentional and inspired workplace.
This is cliche but you have to be the change you want. Blahhhh. As much as I don’t want to admit it, it’s true. If you’re a cog in your machine, you can make a difference where you are and Katie, by explaining some of the work ZingTrain is doing, gives some great tips on ways to move the needle. Even if the change is within yourself and by extension, your family isn’t that a step worth taking? She admits that it’s tough for middle managers to make these changes in a larger context. However, I want to encourage you that change is possible, again, even if it’s within yourself and your small circle of influence. How can you make your circle more inspiring, caring, human, and impactful?
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Katie Frank is a ZingTrain consultant and trainer. In this episode, Katie will discuss what it’s really like to work at a company like Zingerman’s. She discusses a little about areas they can improve and the toughest part getting used to when she started working there.
She discusses more how Open Book Management affects the day-to-day. She closes this episode with her thoughts on visioning.
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Join me in part two of my conversation with another pairing from Menlo Innovations, Mollie Callahan, High Tech Anthropologist and George Lund, Software Developer.
In this episode we deep dive into the concept of pairing. This concept may not necessarily work in your business, but what are some ways you may want to consider structuring your company to support your purpose and the culture you’re hoping to encourage within your company?
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