Alignment Not Just for Backs and Cars

I’m not going to talk about backs or cars and proper alignment. Instead, in this “Best Of” episode I’m sharing my 2016 talk with George and Mollie. They’re employees at Menlo Innovations in Ann Arbor and talk about a variety of subjects. The one that stood out to me was the importance of aligning your policies and practices with your vision and purpose.

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Best of: James Goebel – Hope Vs Fear in the Workplace

James Goebel at the time of this interview was COO and Co-Founder of Menlo Innovations, a software development company based in Ann Arbor Michigan.

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Empower With Change Episode 133

A Change Process that Works.

How do you handle an employee complaint about equipment, processes, policies, etc? Many organizations have a “suggestion box” program. But often times the ideas don’t go anywhere. What does this do to employee engagement?

Testing a new sausage recipe developed through BLC – mmmm

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Best of Jamie Pritscher and Change in a Family Business

Listen in to this Best Of episode as Jamie Pritscher shares how she helped to lead a family business to change to a more engaging culture.

Jamie Pritscher’s Marketing Company, Nuphoriq’s home page

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Best Of: Amy Emberling and the Zingerman Change Process

Playing a best of episode. This is Amy Emberling, of Zingerman’s Bakehouse. She talks many things, but one is a change process that will engage your employees.

The new book by Amy Emberling and Frank Carollo

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