#TChat Recap: Build A Remarkable Workplace

“Not every Aussie is Crocodile Dundee.”  – Mandy Johnson

And not every workplace is remarkable.

This week’s global #TChat guest Mandy Johnson, best-selling business author, active speaker, advisor and executive educator, shared her top 6 steps that have led to remarkable workplaces around the globe:

  1. CEO Buy-In & A “People Practice” Champion at the Top Table
  2. Monthly One-On-Ones
  3. Families, Villages & Tribes
  4. Improve Actual Job Roles
  5. Team-Based Planning
  6. Reward & Recognize Genuine Achievement

A century of having more people than jobs made lip service and empty platitudes the workplace norm. People are the heart, soul, and balance sheet of an organization. Today, successful businesses prioritize people-centric initiatives for increased talent retention and better profits:

Leaders must passionately believe the bottom line is driven by a “People Practice” Champion in the C-suite:

Intelligent “people practices” humanize your brand and leverage the power of employees: your front-line brand allies and ambassadors. People’s stories and personalities shape your company culture. Organizations win when the workplace supports employees and aligns with the business vision:

Putting people first is the main game for success in the World of Work. Let’s commit to being remarkable every step of the way.

See What #TChat-ters Said About Building A Remarkable Workplace!

 

What’s Up Next? #TChat Returns Wednesday March 11th!

#TChat Radio Kicks Off at 7pm ET / 4pm PT — Our weekly radio show runs 30 minutes. Usually, our social community joins us on Twitter as well. The topic: How To Manage The #NewWayToWork.

#TChat Twitter Kicks Off at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT — Our halfway point begins with our highly engaging Twitter discussion. We take a social inside look at our weekly topic. Everyone is welcome to share their social insights #TChat.

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