EP 195 | Set for Success with 3877
November 10, 2020
How to foster a compassionate—and award-winning—work environment during times of crisis? Business partners Dave Shove-Brown and Dave Tracz say it all comes down to leadership via transparency and vulnerability.
In this episode we learn:
- transparency fosters autonomy
- team members need to know the stakes in order to contribute effectively
- encourage everyone who works for you to be expert at something
- everyone has to empty the dishwasher
- there is no avoiding the role owners play in managing interpersonal relationships
- when hiring, include an informal opportunity to meet the potential team member
- corporate culture is a mix of personality dynamics, shared environment and appetite for innovation.
Always read the newspaper. In other words, be knowledgeable about the world around you, beyond the weather and politics, so that you can carry on a deeper, more meaningful conversation with a total stranger. By doing this, you will be engaged and present and not focused on only making a sale.
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