Your time is limited, and you can't spend it all on a lost cause. Learn how to spot a lost cause and keep those people from sucking the soul out of your initiative.
- Have you ever worked with someone who has a bad case…of what I call the quit and stay?…These are the people who quit working,…but stay at their desk.…They show up for work with their bodies,…but they leave their brains and hearts at home.…Common signs of quit and stay are lots of heavy sighs,…no eye contact, they don't offer suggestion or ideas,…they don't answer questions,…and they have a habit of rejecting everything.…Now, just because someone is quiet,…don't jump to conclusions, they could simply be introverted…or they might be having a bad day.…
If however it's a consistent pattern…and they're truly not engaged…the first thing you want to do is meet them where they are…and see if you can get some small movement.…Let's take a look at two scenarios…where I talk to Elizabeth about my new HR initiative,…peer-to-peer coaching.…Let's see if she has quit and stay syndrome…or if we can reignite some level of engagement.…Hi, Elizabeth, I've got an idea I want to talk to you about.…- Okay, what is it?…- Well, you know we have all these new hires…
- Recall the correlation between emotion and decision-making.
- Explain what happens when the brain releases oxytocin.
- Identify the benefits of preemptive planning.
- Recognize the real meaning behind the “no time, no money” excuse.
- Name three points that must be included in the positioning of your goal.
- List three strategies for dealing with failure.