Don Rheem is an expert on workplace culture. The CEO and founder of E3 Solutions, Don has traveled the globe to speak to business leaders about employee engagement and is one of the most popular speakers in Vistage International, the world’s largest organization for CEOs. He is also the author of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures.
In this episode, Don breaks down what it takes to create a workplace environment that allows employees to do well and stay engaged. Listen in to learn the true root cause of employee disengagement, how evolutionary psychology impacts our perception of a workplace, and what managers can do to increase engagement among their employees.
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On Today’s Episode We’ll Learn:
- Why it’s more important than ever for managers to create an environment that makes employees want to come to work.
- What leads to disengagement in the workplace.
- Why we shouldn’t blame employees for being disengaged.
- The important distinction between employee engagement and employee satisfaction.
- Why money isn’t a good motivator.
- The difference between validation and recognition—and how often each should happen.
- How much of employee recognition is typically negative.
- The number of positives it takes to neutralize one negative in the brain.
- Four things that feedback conversations need to cover.
- What managers can do to increase employee engagement.
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