Gratitude is the seed, and relationships are the garden. Nurture both, and watch a thriving world blossom.
In the second season opener of The Seismic Shift podcast, I am joined by Chester Elton, the incredible New York Times bestselling author of Anxiety at Work, Leading with Gratitude, The Carrot Principle, and The Best Teams Win.
Chester and I explore the seismic shifts in the workplace, from the growing importance of gratitude and empathy to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on employee well-being. We highlight the significance of knowing and sharing your story as a leader and how it can transform workplace dynamics. We also discuss the power of vulnerability, authenticity, and genuine human connection in building a thriving work environment.
As we share our experiences and insights, we offer practical tips for incorporating gratitude into your daily routine and fostering meaningful relationships at work. Discover how gratitude can not only boost employee morale but also combat loneliness and anxiety in today’s fast-paced, hyper-connected world.
Chester Elton is a bestselling author, speaker and one of today’s most influential voices in workplace trends, organizational culture and employee engagement. Chester is also co-founder of The Culture Works and a board member of Camp Corral. Chester has spent two decades helping clients engage their employees to execute on strategy, vision, and values. In his provocative, inspiring, and always-entertaining speeches, the #1 bestselling leadership author provides real solutions to leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation, and lead a multi-generational workforce. Elton’s work is supported by research with more than 1 million working adults, revealing the proven secrets behind high-performance cultures and teams.
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