Joe Mull on Employalty: How to Ignite Commitment and Keep Top Talent in the New Age of Work
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Joe Mull, a seasoned leadership expert with a keen eye for creating high-performing teams, shares his insightful and practical wisdom from his latest book, Employalty.
“Every job in one way or another either reduces suffering or imparts joy.” – Joe Mull
4 Key Takeaways:
1. Joe shares his thoughts on what is driving “The Great Resignation.”
2. We also delve into the changing dynamics of workplaces, emphasizing the importance of trust and flexibility in the era of remote work.
3. He emphasizes the power of personalizing work and establishing a culture of reciprocity between employers and employees.
4. We discuss how communication, vision repetition, and making a personalized difference in people’s lives can exponentially improve your team’s performance.
About Joe Mull: Joe Mull has spent more than 15 years teaching leaders how to be better bosses. In demand as a keynote speaker and trainer, he is the host of the popular Boss Better Now podcast and founder of the Boss Better Leadership Academy. He is the author of two previous books, Cure for the Common Leader and No More Team Drama. Joe holds a Master’s degree from Ohio University, has taught courses at the University of Pittsburgh, and previously managed training at one of the largest healthcare systems in the U.S. Joe resides near Pittsburgh, PA with his wife, three children, and a rambunctious dalmatian named Flash.
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