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In this episode of How Leaders Think, we explore the importance of autonomy and accountability for employees to feel motivated. We also delve into the hiring and retention crises facing many companies and how investing in employees can make a significant difference in the workplace. My guest, Andy Christiansen, emphasizes that being interested in others is crucial to good leadership and the importance of listening and being other-centered. We also touch on the false stories that leaders may believe about the world and the power of recognition and valuing employees. Join us as we discuss strategies for building relationships in the workplace and improving team morale.
Andy's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andychristiansenpcc/
Andy's Book "The 40:40 Principle: Your Road Map to Finding Life-Changing Mentors": https://www.amazon.com/40-Principle-Finding-Life-Changing-Mentors/dp/1449700713/
Peter Drucker books: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Peter-F.-Drucker/author/B000AP61TE
[00:01:14] "Leadership Crisis: Are We Failing?"
[00:09:00] "Unlocking the Power of Listening: One Cup at a Time"
[00:12:00] Investing in People: The Solution to Hiring and Retention Crisis?
[00:19:00] "Back to Basics: The Simple Secret to Employee Engagement"
[00:25:56] "People Want to Win": The Importance of Leadership
[00:30:56] "Make Meaningful Connections: Hear Their Stories Today"
[00:35:44] "Prioritizing One-on-Ones Leads to Business Success"