#32 When Your Ideas Hit the Wall
Release Date: 02/10/2021
Debbie Muno of Genos International brings her 25 years of assessment experience and shares her tips to retain team members, making average uncomfortable! 1:17 What can we do about the staff we have today? How do we engage them more? 2:26 The last couple of years have really been a steak in the ground to make life changing decisions. 2:53 What is important in their lives? and how the world of work fits into what is important in their lives. 3:01 Friends that are energized and engaged, has to do with their work and has to do with how they are treated in the workplace. ...info_outline #49. Staying out of Judgement Mode Michael Forhan Part 2
2:09 Walking in and being judgmental and pointing out all the stuff that is easy, like these guys that are perpetual list makers. 2:55 At Crossover we would not tell you what to do unless we are willing to do it ourselves. 3:32 We are always learning and don’t have all the answers but have enough to get started. 3:53 Holding people accountable is all part of the right outcome. 4:12 "How the heck did they get here?" "What’s so wrong that here’s where we’re at?" "Why did the emotion of a situation get so elevated?" 5:39 Make sure we protect the...info_outline #48 Thermostat or Thermometer?
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If you have not checked out episode 44, head back there when we first had Nikki Langman on as a guest. Grateful to have her back as we look at the stress in the manufacturing industry and how leaning into our core values, and checking in on ourselves, is a great start to build short term and long term resilience! Link here to her website where you can purchase her book direct! 1:17 What are the core values in the business, that we’re going to stick to no...info_outline #45 Mindfulness Employment: Throwing the Baby Out with the Bath Water
Mindful Employment: Throwing the Baby Out with the Bath Water with Trevor & Dave #45 ______________________________________________ 00:00 - Intro 00:28 – Mindfulness relative to the employment challenges today 02:07 – The “shortage 03:35 – We just need warm bodies 05:08 – The pressure on incumbents to feel valued 06:00 – Values and retaining your culture 06:41 – 6 X 12 workweek and its impact 08:18 – Are we driving our workforce away? 09:12 – Making mindful decisions as an employee and employer 10:56 – Intentionality 10:15 – “If you can label it, you can tame it”...info_outline #44 Your Key to Greater Self-Awareness
The Key to Greater Self-Awareness: The Wet Bathing Suit Question with guest Nikki Langman #44 00:00 - Intro 00:28 – Nikki Langman intro 00:51 – Emotional Intelligence and Safety in manufacturing 03:29 – Safety: the common denominator 03:57 – Safety is a ‘safe’ word – emotional intelligence not so much 05:03 – Taking ‘emotion’ out of the mix 06:02 – Psychological Safety training 07:48 – Results: 86% LTI(Lost Time Injury) reduction! 09:12 – Talking about trust, communication, accountability people make better choices 10:00 – Emotional Intelligence training can save...info_outline #43 Coaching: When You’re Sick & Tired of Being Sick & Tired
Show Notes: 00:00 - Intro 00:28 – If you’re going to coach others, you may want to look this guy up – Andrew Neitlich! 01:50 – Coaching: a term used rather flippantly 02:47 – What Coaching Is and what it’s Not 06:36 – When to Coach and when not to 08:02 – The most powerful technique to apply in real life 09:11 – The 1, 2, 3 Punch 11:00 – Accountability and powerful Coaching – an example 13:49 – Understanding and being mindful of what’s truly going on 14:43 – Ending a conversation with accountability with new actions 15:58 – “I don’t have time to Coach...info_outline #42 "I know Something You Don't"
Hey, I have something to tell you, but don’t tell anyone! That makes me question whether I can trust you moving forward. Joe Johnson introduction Being Mindful of your Actions in what you Say and Do. Letting someone know of what’s to come. Why share it? Why now? What will be gained? What are the risks and burdens you put on others by sharing what you know? Transparency and truthfulness vs. letting the cat out of the bag. Who is it about? You OR them? Keeping those lips sealed When do you have the license to share information? That’s for those that need to know – and you’re not one...info_outline #41 A License to Call Out Your Boss
Show Notes: 00:05 – Get out of your own way 01:30 – Ryan Forte – Jefferson Metal Products 03:28 – You can’t do it by yourself 04:01 – When it’s time to engage others and break the pattern of what you’ve always done 05:52 – That critical moment where there was a turning point 06:30 – Wow! Everything looks great, the way I wanted it 07:00 – 360 feedback – what an eye-opener 09:30 – What would have come up in that 360?! 10:30 – Mindfulness manufacturing at it’s best 12:35 – If you always do what you’ve always done, you get what you always got 13:20 – What are...info_outline
00:30 - Well, Dave and I have been talking a lot about getting stuff done. And in manufacturing, every hour is about getting something done, whether it's just getting that order out, getting that task completed, getting that inspection done.
01:45 - Just this week I’ve heard three different people say, ‘I gave this idea, but they turned it down.’ ‘They didn't listen to me.’ ‘Yeah, we've tried that.’
03:14 - Running through the glass door to get it done.
03:39 - But how do we stop Dave, and just be present so you can see more? Because when we're running to that task, or if we've laid down because we're just frustrated because we're not going get it done? What do you do?
04:00 - Which side of the fence am I on?
05:27 - What do they have going on? Is this the right time for me to be bringing something up, for me to be making a suggestion?
06:18 - We used to call it barfing on the table. Don't make your problem, my problem.
07:19 - Their job is to throw it over the fence and let somebody else worry about implementing it.
08:41 - What do I own in that?
09:14 – For the folks on the front line, there are some things that are obvious of needed changes.
10:35 - Don't say they didn't listen, there has to be a reason why they didn't listen.
10:52 - 20 ideas for others to do.
12:15 - Relationships are the foundation of dialogue.
13:14 - Paying attention to your own emotions first.
13:57 - Difficult conversations.
18:13 – What’s on the other person's agenda? Where are they at? Where am I at? And how can this be presented?
20:43 – Two different approaches with Charlie.
22:37 - So why do we need to talk about this?
24:22 – Takeaways.
25:39 – Share your feedback with us on different approaches. Reach out to us if you’ve got any thoughts on different topics and what's helpful and what's not.
25:52 - Closing