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How Your Energy Affects Your Team

When you’re the boss, there are going to many times when you’ve gotta put on your “game face” because your energy affects everyone and everything.

Have you ever considered how your energy affects everyone around you? Think about it from the vantage of being the CEO of a company. When you walk in the door, all eyes are on you and your employees’ antennae are up looking for any sign of something being not quite right. No pressure, eh?

When you’re the boss, there are going to be many times when you’ve gotta put on your “game face” because your energy affects everyone and everything…

Published on: May 24, 2013 0n Inc.com

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Ideas for an Engaged Workforce

By: Don Harrington, Sage Consulting

I’ve been reading up on employee engagement and have come across some scary statistics about disengagement and lack of passion in the ranks. Here are a few ideas to help get your employees engaged:

  • Give them side projects to do that are of interest to them and have the potential to be valuable to the company. Let them know how important they are and let them go play.
  • Get your employees involved in some way, shape or form with your customers. Whether through sharing expertise with customers to define new products and features, attending customer appreciation events, or attending trade shows, try to provide access from employee to customer.
  • Cross-train your people. Learning each other’s functions help your employees gain new skills and appreciate everyone’s value to the organization.
  • Encourage your employees to network. Let them learn more about your industry, gain additional skills, and meet other experts in the space. Add value to your employees which can result in increased productivity and expertise for your business’ success.

Employees today are generally speaking burned-out and unsatisfied. You can help change the feeling of your employees and get them more engaged in your business so that they have more fun and everyone benefits.

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Mark HenryCub Labs Inc.

"I knew there was a need for me to improve as a business owner and manager. Roger Stalheim immediately gave me the tools to begin my journey and then went about the work of helping me grow as a person and as business owner."

"The implementation of E.O.S. has been key, but is only one of the many tools we have used. Hiring, firing, and planning were all immediately impacted. The additions of Lori Day and Paul Koeniguer have complemented Roger in a very profound way. The team has a breadth of experience and knowledge that has challenged me more than I could have imagined."

"Roger Stalheim and 'The Alternative Board' have been very inspiring to me and my business. The lively discussions at our monthly meetings provide valuable insight."

"I joined TAB in the spring of 2011. It has been a very difficult prior three years in business as a small architecture firm. TAB has helped me greatly in developing a business plan and then advancing my business with that plan."

"One of the best decisions that I have made in the past few years was joining TAB. My one-on-one time with Roger has proven to be very helpful in finding and keeping my focus."

About Roger

Roger L. Stalheim is the President and Founder of the Iowa franchise presence of T.A.B. Iowa. He is an avid reader of both global and US events. Roger is a graduate of N.I.A.C.C. in Mason City and a graduate from the University of Iowa. He has has successfully started and developed four companies.

Roger has earned and practices certification in:

  1. 17 different Personality assessments
  2. Job benchmarking
  3. Teaching key manager skills courses
  4. Teaching sales manager skills
  5. Trained meeting facilitator
  6. E.O.S Implementor
  7. Strategist for “7 stages of Business Growth”
  8. Team building analyst and strategist
  9. TTI Acuman human behavior analyst
  10. Public Speaking