Today’s workplace presents a new set of challenges for leaders.
Employees want a more compassionate culture. They want to be seen, heard, appreciated, and valued.
Leaders are wondering, “How do I hold my employees accountable with these new expectations?”
By meaningfully connecting with their people at a personal level, not just a “did you accomplish your goals?” level.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Rhett Power for his podcast, Power Lunch Live, to talk more about these new work expectations and what leaders can do to CONNECT TO GET RESULTS.
The Seismic Shift in Leadership today on Power Lunch Live
Today on the program I have Dr. Michelle K. Johnston who is the Gaston Chair of Business at Loyola University New Orleans’ College of Business. Dr. Johnston is an executive coach with over 20 years’ experience, and she was named to the prestigious 100 Coaches Group which consists of the top executive coaches around the world.
She has her Ph.D in Communication from Louisiana State University, and her new book, The Seismic Shift in Leadership, shares what she has learned in her years as an executive coach: primarily that connection — with yourself, your team, and your organization — is the key to a leader’s success.
You can listen to my episode of Power Lunch Live with Rhett on these three platforms: