"Real Recognition Radio" Library

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How Southwest Makes Recognition Fly
Guests: Southwest Airlines’ Sunny Abercrombie, Senior Director Culture Services, and Leslie Shults, Team Leader/Planner Culture Activities.
Air travel is seldom pleasant, with continuing cutbacks one has become accustomed to disgruntled customs agents and flight attendants. But when customers fly Southwest Airlines, travelers are often pleasantly surprised. Their vibrant corporate culture has created a positive workplace and flyers are reaping the benefits. Learn how to create a recognition culture that filters down to your customers and the financial benefit fun has! More…

Guest: Shawn Achor, former lecturer at Harvard University and author of The Happiness Advantage.
Are great leaders more optimistic? When the economy collapsed, the world's largest banks sent Shawn Achor on a tour of banking crisis centers to restore confidence and forward progress. His work has received attention in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Forbes and BusinessWeek. Learn the seven principles of positive psychology that fuel success and performance at work. More…

Guests: Michael Kroth & David Clemons, co-authors of Managing the Mobile Workforce.
What do managers miss when they think of the distance separating them and their mobile workers? Michael and David will address what the differences in the developmental processes of a virtual team are compared to a more traditional team. People can work practically anywhere and anytime.  Learn what metaskills are and why they matter. More…

Guest: Dr. Paul Marciano, author of Carrots and Sticks Don’t Work.
Why do traditional reward and recognition programs do more harm than good? Dr. Marciano will discuss how most satisfaction surveys fall short, and also how our knowledge of management needs to change and evolve to be competitive in the future. Learn real world case studies and turnkey strategies to increase employee discretionary effort and reduce turnover in your organization. The opening segment includes Ryan Maddux from Wells Fargo regarding the nonprofit association, Recognition Professionals International. More…

Guest: Steve Kerr, the author of Reward Systems: Does Yours Measure Up?
The strength of rewards is determined by the competence of the metrics being used. How can companies create better measuring sticks for performance so their rewards are more effective? Rewards can often get a negative connotation in the media and in the office, resulting in clear-cut detachment. Learn why some executives get rewards so wrong and discover the three-step process for getting rewards right. More…

Guest: Li Cunxin, the author of Mao's Last Dancer
How important is recognition, dignity, and respect in China’s culture? Mao's Last Dancer is the inspirational story of Li’s life. His incredible story is now a multi-award winning feature film. Learn the importance of leaders seeing the potential in others. More…

Guest: Jennifer Aaker the co-author of The Dragonfly Effect
Jennifer’s book reveals how everyday people achieve unprecedented results through harnessing the incredible power of social media. What are the steps to a successful social media campaign?  Learn how to compete with all the social media noise. More…

Guest: Charlene Li is the co-author of the critically acclaimed, bestselling book Groundswell
Why is being open so hard? Charlene will explain why it is in our best interest to be open. Charlene was named one of the 100 most creative people in business by Fast Company and one of the most influential women in technology.  Learn the mind-sets and skills required for open leadership. More…

Guest: Laura Goodrich, author of Seeing Red Cars: Driving Yourself, Your Team and Your Organization to a Positive Future.
Laura will show us the outcome of focusing on what we want to have happen rather than on what we don't want to have happen.  Learn why driving yourself, your team and your organization to a positive future is so important especially now as we come out of the recent recession.  More…

Guests: Mike Brent & Fiona Elsa Dent, authors of Influencing: Skills and Techniques for Business Success and directors at Ashridge Management College in the UK.
Are first impressions really that big of a deal? Mike and Fiona will help us understand how we can manage our reputation with others.  Learn the four approaches to developing an influencing discussion with others. More…

Achieving Purposeful, Powerful and Positive Results
Guest: Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, bestselling author of MOJO: How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get It Back If You Lose It.
MOJO is purposeful, powerful and positive. So how do you acquire MOJO and what do you have to do to keep it? Marshall will share the four keys for developing and keeping MOJO.  Learn how to get your MOJO working for you. More…

Guest: Steven Green, the Founder and CEO of TemboSocial
Steven will discuss the value social media adds to giving recognition that doesn’t exist in regular reward and recognition programs.  Learn how social media makes a real difference to recognition programs. More…

Positive Influence & Defying Gravity
Guests:  Rebel Brown, the author of Defy Gravity, Phyllis Mufson, certified Life Coach, and Jane Perdue, the co-author of Yes You Can.
In today’s workplace does a positive influence and a sizable social network make a difference? Learn what you can do to improve your own work environment and hear three compelling women discuss the power of positive influence and defying gravity. More…

Guest: Robert Stack, chief executive of Community Options, Inc. 
One out of five Americans lives with a disability, and 70 percent of Americans with disabilities are unemployed. Robert will discuss how we can be more inclusive of disabled Americans in the workplace.  Learn how to utilize employee recognition programs as a tool to promote inclusion for employees with disabilities. More…

Guests:  Diana Whitney Ph.D. and Kae Rader, co-authors of Appreciative Leadership.
How do people discover what drives winning performance? Diana and Kae will tell us how to focus on what works to drive winning performance and build a thriving organization.  Learn their five core strategies to create more positive and enduring change. More…

Leadership Matters… The CEO Survival Manual
Guest: 
Mike Myatt, author of Leadership Matters...The CEO Survival Manual.
What are the biggest challenges leaders face in the future? Mike’s theories and practices have been taught at the nation's top business schools, and his work has been noted in numerous publications including The Wall Street. Learn how to successfully align your actions with your management speak. More…
 

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