Are you worried your best people are considering participating in “The Great Resignation”?
I’m Andy Dix, a Board-Certified Executive Coach.
Business people work with me to develop their interpersonal skills so they effectively empathize and make productive connections with their key staff members. Let’s quickly turn your people skills into your superpower and create a workplace where people work well together and deliver excellent results.
Your VP of Sales isn’t speaking to your CFO. Your COO and you only text and can’t stand to be in the same room together. There are too many political silos and no collaboration in your organization. Are your best people investing too much time updating their resumes and browsing job postings? You are tired of having to referee people problems constantly. You’re a business person, not a therapist. Why can’t adults just get along?
87 percent of CEOs believe a company’s performance is tied to empathy in the workplace, according to the 2018 State of Workplace Empathy study. In 2018, 68 percent of CEOs said the state of empathy in U.S. organizations needs to change. But, it seems, CEOs aren’t sure how to be part of the solution to that change — 45 percent of CEOs reported they had difficulty demonstrating empathy in their day-to-day work life.https://chiefexecutive.net/how-i-used-empathy-to-lead-through-disruption/
Do you sometimes think that running your business would be easy if it weren’t for the people?
Interpersonal conflicts are normal at work. But, unfortunately, normal doesn’t mean productive.
Reducing the normal interpersonal conflicts between team members can seem like one of the most difficult challenges facing your organization. But, it doesn’t have to be that way! I can help. We can use the Science of Motivation® to reduce or end interpersonal conflicts and create an environment of inclusive collaboration and teamwork.
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Sean Tepper Interviews Executive Coach Andy Dix
Your Values Matter At Work
Personal values are always at work, shaping the way you work. Your values create your attitudes. We feel our values long before we understand and can explain our values to others. Relationships depend on understanding your values and how they compare to other people’s values. I will help you increase your motivational intelligence using the Science of Motivation®.