93: Shifting a ‘Kevin Culture’ to a Work Positive Culture with Dr. Joey Faucette

Today, I had a beyond FUN chat with Dr. Joey Faucette, an executive coach, author, podcaster, and architect of the Work Positive Framework. Dr. Joey bets that you have a “Kevin” at work. His name may be different, but all companies have one (likely more!). It’s all about him. Every. Single. Day. Kevin is negative…

How to coach employees through disappointments and changes

As we approach the end of 2022, most business leaders are shifting their focus to year-end responsibilities, such as delivering reviews, announcing promotions, and repositioning team or organizational roles.  It’s fun and rewarding to share good news, but it can be hard to communicate and manage disappointing news or potentially unsettling changes announced this time…

The truth about coaching and engaging a younger workforce (and how to win them over)

As Millennials reach their 40s, Boomers are retiring in droves. Workforce demographics are shifting quicker than ever, and so are the expectations of the young workforce. While it may seem like an easy task to engage a younger workforce, it is usually anything but. Younger workers are making up a greater percentage of the workforce…

Male leader and employee having a one-on-one conversation in an office

5 proven tips to keep your employee check-ins productive and effective

  Rock cairns are a marker for adventure-junkies like me, showing the right way on a not-so-well-defined hiking trail. It’s a neat solution! So how does this rock cairn relate to employee check-ins? Leaders need to build a metaphorical cairn each time they check-in with employees. Never has the metaphor of “building cairns” been more…