In this episode, Becky Brunner, Value-Driven Team Culture & Connection Coach, shares her approach to leading and building strong teams. We talk about ways to engage with team members and connect as humans, the importance of creating a ripple effect of praise across the team, how creating a strong culture improves productivity and profits, and suggestions for established teams who want to improve their existing cultures.
- Why building company culture and connection should start with your onboarding process.
- What you should do within the first few days of hiring someone.
- Why it’s important to have a variety of training materials available.
- How outlining your culture, tools, and processes contributes to team members’ success.
- Why it’s important to be specific when giving praise about a job well done.
“If your team members feel like you care about them, you appreciate them, and that the work that they do matters, they’re less likely to leave and go over to Joe’s company next door.”
Name: Becky Brunner
Business name: Choose Happy Assisting
Becky Brunner is a value-driven team culture & connection coach. She works with female business owners, service providers, and coaches by creating customized communication, collaboration, and connection strategies that are proven to develop strong, positive working teams & communities. To keep productivity high, relationships strong, and happiness present in the workplace, you must establish a “community-first” attitude. Becky teaches exactly how to do that, along with simple tips on showing more appreciation and putting human connection at the forefront of every female-led business. She does all this by standing by one specific mantra we can all use… “Be a good human.”
Connect with Becky:
Website: https://choosehappyassisting.com/ (you’ll find the team subscription here, too)
Hang out in the Business Blasphemy Community on Facebook at: https://bit.ly/businessblasphemycommunity
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Now go be awesome. And have a donut. You deserve it.