It's no secret that companies must rely on their employees to make smart decisions in order to mitigate risk and grow profits everyday. But trust levels between managers and their teams continues to decrease, leading to a greater risk in costly decisions day over day. In fact, in a recent national survey conducted by Ultimate Software and the Center for Generational Kinetics (CGK), a stunning 80% of employees said they could do their job without their managers. In fact, according to Gallup's 2015 State of the American Manager, managers account for at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement scores across all business units, and disengaged employees cost up to $500 billion annually in productivity losses. But the secret to fixing this poor decision-making trap may not be what you think it is.
Attendees Will Learn
-Why learning to trust yourself and build resilience is the hidden key to helping employees make better decisions
-How to help your teams begin to develop self-trust and resilience today
-Why self-trust and resilience leads to increased confidence and happiness in employees, helping both the individual’s AND the company’s bottom-line
About This Speaker
With fifteen years of experience on stage speaking and performing, in addition to her formal training as a graduate of Ithaca College’s Park School for Communications, Julia bridges the gap between her client’s brilliant ideas and their ability to communicate it powerfully. She has spoken for groups such as Entrepreneurs’ Organization and been featured in outlets such as The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Hello Fearless, Grant Cardone’s Whatever It Takes Network, Savvy Central Radio (a syndicate of iHeartRadio), and The Wealth Standard Podcast, among others.
Education and Experience
- 20 years of personal stage experience
- Bachelor of Science
- 5 Years of experience coaching clients in speaking & communications