In a culture where 70% of employees
are disengaged at work, you can do better. Here's how.
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How do you lead when 70% of employees are disengaged at work, the best people seem restless and uncommitted, and the most gifted people can simply launch their own businesses?
Plus, young, gifted leaders are making demands no generation has before.
More and more people are asking for flexible work: different hours, the ability to work from home or a coffee shop, and more freedom and autonomy.
How should you handle that?
Well, ignore it, and they leave to start their own thing.
In The High Impact Workplace course, I'll show you a clear and compelling strategy that works and give you the tools to to shape a work culture that attracts and keeps the most capable leaders.
One of the biggest challenges facing organizations today is the disconnect between the older and younger generations.
We have four generations in the workplace, and we don’t understand or like each other. This causes a lot of unnneccessary tension.
I wanted to create a resource that would help leaders create workplaces where all generations will thrive.
In this course, I’ll share…
- Why 8-4 doesn’t work anymore.
- What generations don’t like about each other, and why.
- What’s changed in the office in the last decade and why most leaders are caught off guard by it, and what’s going to change.
- How to lead and manage a flexible workplace so you can attract and motivate leaders in a changing world.
- Some leadership and management techniques that will raise the level of employee engagement.
- I’ll share the strategies you need to attract and keep young leaders.
- I’ll interview two young leaders on my team and talk about how this works out in real life.
- Even give you a script you can use to try to negotiate more flexible work arrangements that will result in increased productivity.
- Application exercises at the end of each session.
I surveyed over 900 leaders about working with different generations. I heard from CEOs, entrepreneurs, engineers, EAs, teachers, etc. Here is what the different generations had to say about each other:
The Older Generation Thinks...
Millennials are lazy.
They seem very entitled.
They want off work whenever they want.
They just want to start at the top.
Young leaders are undisciplined.
They're disrespectful and expect to do everything their way.
They tend to think they know everything.
They show a complete lack of adherence to any policies.
They have a hard time being a team player and doing things they are not "passionate" about.
They are experts at nothing but have an opinion on everything.
The Younger Generation Thinks...
They’re more concerned with policy than people.
They rarely understand what I’m saying.
They think they know everything.
Older leaders won’t change and are unteachable.
Their way is the ONLY way.
They are too set in their ways and refuse to change.
Most of them what do to do it the way it always been done.
I have found that older leaders put work ahead of family and personal time.
They are controlling, micromanaging, secretive, and unclear about what they want.
They refuse to let go of their power/authority/decision-making rights.
This 6-session video course also comes with an interactive workbook designed to help you start applying what you learned, right away.
The course will show you proven strategies to create a workplace where multiple generations thrive.
Each session includes a video training, workbook and application questions that will give you practical steps to take to create a High Impact Workplace.
Session # 1 - What We Hate About Work (And Each Other)
Session # 2 - Why 8 to 4 Doesn't Work Anymore
Session # 3 - Three Critical Mindset Shifts in Young Leaders
Session # 4 - The Next Generation's New Currency
Session # 5 - Three New Rules for the New Workplace
Session # 6 - Interview with Sarah Piercy and Dillon Smith
Bonus # 1 - Carey Nieuwhof Communications Mission and Cultural Values
Bonus # 2 - A Guide to Negotiating Freedom and Autonomy at Work
Bonus # 3 - Guidelines for Office Work v. Remote Work
Bonus # 4 - The 5 Questions Every Great Manager Asks Coaching Guide
Bonus # 5 - Case Study: An Interview with Sarah Piercy and Dillon Smith On How To Onboard Young Leaders
It matters to me that this makes an actual difference for you and your team...which is why I'm offering this guarantee. If you're not satisfied with the quality of the content, or for any other reason whatsoever, just shoot us an email (email@example.com) requesting a full, immediate refund.
"Carey is the kind of guy you like getting data from. He's done the hundreds of interviews with leaders. He’s led high performing teams in different ventures. He's collected the insights. He tells you what you need to know. But you never feel dumb learning from him.”
—Chris Lema, Vice President of Products, Liquid Web
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How will my team grow when I implement the High Impact Workplace?
Once you implement the strategies in the High Impact Workplace, you should see your culture change to the point where leaders of all ages engage with their job at a much deeper level, where the generations in your workplace understand each other and cooperate with each other in a much healthier way, and where the flexibility you introduce to your work flow attracts and keeps the best high capacity team members.
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