Leaders think about empowerment, not control.

Posted on January 23, 2012


“Leaders think about empowerment, not control. The best definition of empowerment is you don’t steal responsibility from people.”

Changing your business is an outcome of changing how we each respond to and connect with people. We change our business culture by softening our hearts to see how we can become more compassionate. Or more humble. Or more understanding of others. We change our business culture by a changed heart and actions that help, that makes a difference. We don’t need to change the world. But we do need to change the way our business is seen by the world.

What we need to change is our hearts, our minds, our actions for the sole purpose of improving the spaces in which we live and work.

But what happens when people have  “quit and stayed”. You have all seen them; employees who mentally quit, yet are physically still around. They have checked out and become disengaged.

Are you ready to get help to increase productivity, enhance motivation, encourage creativity, and build loyalty?

Ken Blandchard will be bring 40 of the top thought leaders together to get smarter about employee motivation.  This free live event will take place on January 25, 2012 at 8am PST. Register Now It’s free!

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