Episode 35: Influence for Impact: increasing employee performance through your leadership
Influence for Impact: increasing employee performance through your leadership
with Kat Rippy
Leader friends, I am so excited to talk to you today about the third facet of the Energize Leadership model: perform.
Being able to set expectations and manage to results is an art that is difficult for many leaders. Perform is about building an organization that is performance-focused and also comfortable with challenging conversations about how to best achieve optimal levels of performance.
Tune in to this week’s episode to learn about the ways you can boost performance at your organization through your leadership.
Check out the episode below:
Highlights of this episode include:
- Why clarity and goal-setting is paramount to boosting performance
- Effective strategies for measuring performance
- Getting organized and using winning processes and efficiencies to boost performance
- Using storytelling to boost performance
- … and more!
What Do You Think?
We’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode—does your organization prioritize engagement? If so, how has it improved the culture? If not, what is holding you back? Let us know in the comments below!
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For 20 years, Kat Rippy has worked with organizations across the United States ranging in size from 20,000+ employees to a small office of 30 as well as many individuals who run their own small businesses. She has coached an endless stream of leaders in a variety of positions and businesses to reach their goals and make critical shifts in their effectiveness. Additionally, Kat has presented, facilitated, and trained more than 10,000 participants in various leadership topics, keynote addresses and all-hands organization-wide events.
Kat knows what it takes to lead people. With her extensive consulting background in organization development, she’s experienced in working with the organization as a whole to enhance cultural and systemic improvements through coaching, strategic planning, employee development programs and strategic talent management. As a Board Certified Coach, her clients benefit greatly from her system-wide perspective and understanding of how to improve performance through tools and techniques mastered by the world’s greatest leaders.