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How can organizations go from good to great? From great to best? How does creating a culture of respect, trust, and understanding lead to building bridges across an organization? In this episode, Jason Greer shares insights and advice to HR leaders based on his work with organizations in two specific areas - unionization avoidance and diversity and inclusion.
Jason is the founder and president of Greer Consulting, a labor management and employee relations consulting firm. He is a speaker and consultant with a background in counseling, training, and conflict resolution. Jason presents to audiences with a focus on managing through personal and corporate growth while maintaining an intimate connection to the human components that define us and make organizational cultures special. He is also one of the co-authors of the book, People Matter Most: The Dirty Little Secrets of Employee Relations & Labor Management.
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What are the key elements of creating an emotionally connected workplace? What are the benefits of creating an environment of respect, alignment, and a positive future? Louis ‘Lou’ Carter outlines the five essential elements to emotional connection, based on discussions and research involving hundreds of CEOs and other executives.
In this podcast, he talks about his research and explains when change works, why it is. He’ll share a couple of great CEO stories and offer advice to HR to earn respect today.
Lou Carter is Founder and CEO of Best Practice Institute, a benchmark research consortium, association and management consulting firm. He has written 11 books, including The Change Champion’s Fieldguide; Best Practices in Talent Management: How the World’s Leading Corporations Manage, Develop, and Retain Top Talent; and his latest, In Great Company: How to Spark Peak Performance By Creating an Emotionally Connected Workplace.
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