How To Attract (and Keep) Top Notch Employees with David Long
Speaker, Author, Successful CEO and “Student of the Game of Business.” – David Long
David Long is founder/CEO of MyEmployees, a 25 year-old firm in the Top 1% Worldwide in the Employee Engagement and Recognition industry. His firm specializes in helping managers build stronger, more engaging relationships with their team members, while linking the rewards and recognition program to the desired goals of the company.
Resources Mentioned in the Podcast:
- Built to Lead by David Long
- What Motivates Me by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton
- How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
- The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
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Tags: company culture, David Long, Employee Engagement, Employee Recognition, hiring, Human Resources, Leadership, millionaire interview, Team Culture, Team Dynamics, team management, Work Delegation
Categories: All, Business, Business Model, Entrepreneurship, Goals, Hiring/HR, Millionaire Interviews, Relationships
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I really enjoyed this interview. It’s always a struggle to recognize and reward employees in a way that matters to them and has the desired business results. I don’t have any employees in the my small business, but I’ve managed small and large teams and learned a lot there. I’ve made all the mistakes and had the privilege of leading an A team.
I do wish I’d heard some of this earlier. It has a lot of ideas that even a manager can consider. They don’t always have control over compensation, but ideas like the book club and daily goals can help to motivate a team.
Some really great concepts. I wish more business owners and managers would apply them. The workplace would be a lot more fun and a lot more rewarding. Of course, if everyone did this, where would the C players work?
Exciting interview I have heard many things about working with employee that I didn’t know about before. Thanks for your program and for the work you do.
That was interesting … “If you can’t fix them, fire them”. I learned this the hard way. Holding on to someone who isn’t focused on the mission and won’t change just because you don’t want to hurt the person’s feelings puts lots of stress on yourself and on the business :/ … If you just had uploaded this episode 2 month ago :-).
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