Become a "Best Place to Work"

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Become a "Best Place to Work"

  1. 1. Become  a  “Best  Place  to  Work”   ©  About  People  2016  
  2. 2. The  Payoff  for  Being  a  BPTW   v 3X  more  profitable   v 50%  less  turnover   v Best  candidates   v BeIer  safety  records     v Free  press  
  3. 3. What  do  they  do/have  that  we  don’t?    
  4. 4. 1.  Visible  and  approachable  leaders   Open  and  honest  communicaRon   v  Walk-­‐arounds   v  Small  group   discussions   v  Town  Halls   v  CEO  Blog  
  5. 5. 2.  Hire  people  who  fit  the  job  and  culture  
  6. 6.  3.  Autonomy  to  choose  how  work  is  done  
  7. 7. 4.  Invest  in  employee  development   1. Whole  person  focus   2. DIY:  People  choose,   manage  and  own  their   training  &  development  
  8. 8. 1.  Help  managers  become   beIer  coaches   2.  Hold  them  accountable   for  people   development     5.  Manager  Coaching  &  Accountability  
  9. 9. 6.  Consequences  for  bad  bosses  
  10. 10. 7.  Deal  with  the  EQ-­‐challenged   v Behavioral   standards   v Assess  enabling   competencies   v EQ  coaching  
  11. 11. 8.  Diversity,  Inclusion  &  Belonging  (DIBs)   hIps://hbr.org/2016/08/diversity-­‐efforts-­‐fall-­‐short-­‐unless-­‐employees-­‐feel-­‐that-­‐they-­‐belong  
  12. 12. 9.  Meaningful  Work  
  13. 13. 10.  Get  creaRve  with  work  space   v Nudge  /  support   socializaRon,   collaboraRon  
  14. 14. 11.  Consider  a  few  high  ROI  perks   v  Free  food   v  Ping  pong  table   v  Relax  and  de-­‐stress  aids   v  Company  sponsored  sports  teams   v  Paid  Rme  off  for  community   service  
  15. 15. It’s  not  about  the  perks  
  16. 16. The  Payoff  It’s  about  how  the  perks  make  you  feel   v  Cared  for   v  Appreciated   v  Less  stressed   v  Privileged     v  Cool  
  17. 17. How  do  you  know  what  employees  want?  
  18. 18. Ask  them,  but  consult  Dilbert  first   It’s  usually  not  the  survey   that  sucks,  it’s  what  you  do   or  don’t  do  with  the  results.  
  19. 19. v Surveys   v Small  group  discussions   v Real  Rme  feedback   12.  It’s  about  listening,  really  listening  
  20. 20. The  Payoff  for  Being  a  BPTW   v 3X  more  profitable   v 50%  less  turnover   v Best  candidates   v BeIer  safety  records     v Free  press  

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