Episode 14: Philip Eeles. “Honest Burgers” lessons and ways to boost team engagement and retention

Episode 14: Philip Eeles. “Honest Burgers” lessons and ways to boost team engagement and retention

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COVID pandemic requires from managers and business owners different ways of thinking. Innovation, courage and honesty are needed to find ways out of this challenging situation.

 That’s what “Honest Burgers” are great at (on top of crafting incredibly good burgers!).
This was a very enjoyable, casual and candid conversation with Philip Eeles, co-founder of “Honest Burgers” who shared with me what “Honest Burgers” does differently to keep the team engaged, to boost the morale and improve the retention of “Honest” team. 
You can connect with Philip on: 
Twitter: @philiphonest
Check out what “Honest Burgers” are all about: https://www.linkedin.com/company/honest-burgers-ltd/
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Episode 13: Ben Whitter. Welcome to the Employee Experience Movement

Episode 13: Ben Whitter. Welcome to the Employee Experience Movement

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Companies are obsessing with “Customer Service”. In the digital age “User Experience” is a must. How about your people? How about their and your experience? We no longer can use old HR practices and global pandemic only proved how important employee experience is.

Ben Whitter is a pioneer and a world-leading figure within EX, best-selling author and sought after speaker and in this episode, we are going to learn more about EX and what can managers do to create a top-notch experience whilst working for you.

As Ben says: “Experience is everything. From pre-hire to retire, using the experience as a lens, we can maximize all the interactions an individual has with an employer over the long-term to create a deep sense of belonging and co-create high performance and stronger business outcomes

To reach out and learn more from Ben, please visit:

Website: https://www.benwhitter.com/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benwhitter/

Twitter: @BenWhitterEX

Grab Ben’s book ” Employee Experience: Develop a Happy, Productive and Supported Workforce for Exceptional Individual and Business Performance https://www.benwhitter.com/the-book

Live-streamed podcast interviews are now available!
You are the reason why I am doing my two podcast shows, and I greatly appreciate every podcast download, review and social media engagement.
I’d love to create more content for you and support your development journey even more. But! As a self-thought podcast producer, I am spending most of my time editing and distributing my content (about 10 hours of my work goes into one episode!)
I’d like to spend more time researching and interviewing incredible guests and sharing it all with you, than editing my content. I simply would have to outsource it to a pro. This is where you could support me further.
I have launched my Patreon page, where for a coffee per month, my patrons are getting early access to my podcast interviews, live-streamed podcast interviews, and more!
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Episode 12: Michael Bungay Stanier. How to become a coach-like manager

Episode 12: Michael Bungay Stanier. How to become a coach-like manager

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If you could read just one book about coaching your team, then read “The Coaching Habit”.
In his best-selling book, Michael Bungay Stanier simplified coaching process for managers and with the follow-up book: “The Advice Trap”, Michel showed us how to tame our advice monster and stay curious for a little bit longer.
Sounds easy? Yes. But it’s pretty damn hard!
In today’s episode, we can learn directly from Michael how to become a coaching-like manager and get the best out of your team. Having Michael coaching me during the interview was an absolute cherry on the top. Within ten minutes, I experienced what makes him #1 thought leader in coaching.
To connect with Michael and learn more from him, check out:
Twitter: @mbsworks 
 
Live-streamed podcast interviews are now available!
You are the reason why I am doing my two podcast shows, and I greatly appreciate every podcast download, review and social media engagement.
I’d love to create more content for you and support your development journey even more. But! As a self-thought podcast producer, I am spending most of my time editing and distributing my content (about 10 hours of my work goes into one episode!)
I’d like to spend more time researching and interviewing incredible guests and sharing it all with you, than editing my content. I simply would have to outsource it to a pro. This is where you could support me further.
I have launched my Patreon page, where for a coffee per month, my patrons are getting early access to my podcast interviews, live-streamed podcast interviews, and more!
Please check out my page: www.Patreon.com/Rafbaron and consider becoming ma patron.
 
 
 
Episode 11. Dan Abrahams. How to develop a High Performing Mindset within your team

Episode 11. Dan Abrahams. How to develop a High Performing Mindset within your team

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You were asked to lead a high performing team but weren’t trained on how to develop a high performing mindset within your team? It’s a missing puzzle that the sports industry understands very well.
Dan Abrahams is a sports psychologist who held senior psychology positions including Lead Psychologist for England Golf (2013-2016) and to England Rugby (2017-2018).
In this episode, we are breaking down how to develop a High Performing Mindset within your team and for yourself. 
Dan walked me through some tactics about building a mental framework tha leads to high performance, and I was translating it into the work environment and how managers can extract from the vast experience of sports psychology.
 
To connect with Dan and learn more from his incredibly valuable content, check out:
Podcast: The Sport Psych Show is available on major podcasting platforms.
 
Live-streamed podcast interviews are now available!
You are the reason why I am doing my two podcast shows, and I greatly appreciate every podcast download, review and social media engagement.
I’d love to create more content for you and support your development journey even more. But! As a self-thought podcast producer, I am spending most of my time editing and distributing my content (about 10 hours of my work goes into one episode!)
I’d like to spend more time researching and interviewing incredible guests and sharing it all with you, than editing my content. I simply would have to outsource it to a pro. This is where you could support me further.
I have launched my Patreon page, where for a coffee per month, my patrons are getting early access to my podcast interviews, live-streamed podcast interviews, and more!
Please check out my page: www.Patreon.com/Rafbaron and consider becoming ma patron.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Episode 10: Cody Royle. What managers can learn from the sport industry

Episode 10: Cody Royle. What managers can learn from the sport industry

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As Cody Royle explains it: “There is an industry, and it’s called sport, that has 140 years of experience, quality tested and quality assured ideas around how to organise, utilise people and to put them in the position to succeed.”

In this episode, we are going to look at what managers can draw from the world of sport to build successful teams. Cody Royle is the Head Coach of Canada’s national men’s AFL program, author of the book “Where others won’t” and podcast host of the show with this same title, which was nominated for a Podcast Award in 2019. In his podcast and book, Cody explores how leadership, culture, and organizational.dynamics contribute to competitive advantage.

You can listen to “WOW” podcast here:

https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/where-others-wont/id1449516888https://www.codyroyle.com/

And connect with Cody here:

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/codyroyle

Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/codyroyle/

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/codyroyle/?hl=en

Episode 9: Jim Knight. How can managers create a micro-culture.

Episode 9: Jim Knight. How can managers create a micro-culture.

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What can you do when the culture within your company is toxic and your desire is to create a place where people feel like they belong and can thrive?
As Jim Knight puts it beautifully: “I create my own weather”, and so can you. I know! It’s easier said than done, and today’s episode is dedicated to all managers who have the desire to create micro-culture and rock on! From personal development to the hiring process, in this episode, you will learn how to start taking matters in your own hands and create the culture that you always wanted to be part of.
Jim Knight is a Training & Development veteran with 30+ years of facilitating a variety of interactive topics, including sessions around amping up organizational culture, world-class differentiated service, building rock star teams, hiring & retaining “rockstars”, employee branding, performance management and philanthropy.
Jim is the Owner & CEO of Knight Speaker, which positions him to facilitate at any association or company event, in any industry, as a keynote or breakout speaker. He is also the best-selling author of Culture That Rocks: How to Revolutionize Your Company’s Culture, now in its 2nd edition, which was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the “5 Books That Will Help You Transform How You Do Business”.
Connect with Jim Knight:
Twitter: @KnightSpeaker