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"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

Women Worldwide

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

"And. Sean sit here in really, you know, share this. I mean on one hand, you know, you go back to my father's example. You don't wanna get too emotional because it doesn't help stress doesn't help at the at the same token in your your human being and. So you know, I think that there is stressing life in there. There's you know, there's stress when everything is good their stress when everything is bad. I mean, it's you know, I. You know, my personal life. You know, there's illness illnesses staff. There's all these things you Faye you face and. It's you know, we all grieve differently. And you know, it's it's interesting. When I when I talk to people I. About death really have never thought a business podcast where talked about death before. But I'm gonna do it for you. I always say to them because there's a tendency for people to be the strong one. Is to make sure you save time for yourself to grieve. That you take the time. You find the time, you know, whether you wanna do it, privately, whether you want to people you love where you can really cry it out because you know, when my father died, you know, I'm being strong for my kids. I mean strong for my wife, I'm being SOG for my siblings. I'm strive for my mother strong for everybody tons of point where you know, you deserve to get that release you deserve to have that cri- you deserve to to to grieve. And you know, that you know, that trying to be stoic doesn't doesn't help. Doesn't help at all. So thank you for sharing that I mean from the stress to what you said about death in kind of finding time to grieve everybody is different in. I know we all have to be strong, but you have to let it out, and I can share the we lost our daughter might my stepdaughter. And I think it takes time to actually figure out how to grieve and how long it's gonna take it's different for everybody. But holding it in I just know that that is not the way to go. I think it's something that I may have done in the beginning because there's so much going on. I have a tendency to be strong go into crisis mode. I'm in communications. But just what you said you really have to find the time. For yourself Siping. Really? Appreciate that. Evan. Thank you. I'm glad that you share that. And I love it very walk. Thank you. I would love it. If we round out this segment with some advice to other professionals to women worldwide listeners out there. What do you wanna say about in gauging with people well for soft? We've talked about one of the twenty one principles from the book all of them are. Things that will make a difference in one's life. But I just wanna share another principle that you know, I think has had a very profound effect on me. And that's distinguishing between fact in opinion. And when you go through life in you, listen to others, you're going to hear a lot of people expressing opinions as if they are fact. And I find this to be really harmful because what happens is when you're having a conversation with somebody is a shared opinion as a fact, essentially the only way for you to share a different opinion is to basically, call them a liar because they described as a fact, and this is certainly important in business because a lot of times people share an opinion as if it was a fact and make it difficult to have meaningful conversations at work, but this is absolutely true in your personal life too. So I go to a lot of trouble to try to say, you know, in my opinion is how I feel this is what I'm thinking at as opposed to saying, you know, describing it is definitely this is the case. And you know, if. If you take that time that little prime you have to think about it. You have to sit back and say to yourself after have conversations was I describing opinion or was I describing back. You know, something is a fact in there are times things are a fact when something is a fact, you know, certainly you want to describe it that way, but you know, to take this purely in Royal business where somebody could relate. You know, you can say sales were down eight percent. Factor fat, right? Someone says sales are down because our prices are too high. I just said that like, it's a fact that's a that's an opinion is always I think sales are down because prices are too high. That enable somebody else to say, oh, I think sales are down because we have a quality issue, or I think sales are talk is we have customer service issue. But when someone says sales are down because we have a pricing issue. Then everyone in the room is the only way they can say a different opinion is almost like they're making that person look bad. Right. And I've seen this many times where whoever speaks first everyone else is just going to follow because they don't want to take the risks of, you know, making someone else upset because you sharing different, you know, you're basically telling them that their fact is incorrect. And this is this is absolutely something happens in your personal life all the time. And I. I challenge. Reprinted listening to take some time in really think about your conversations and think about you know, is that person speaking, a fact is an opinion on is speaking pack as an opinion in see how it impacts things. I think you'll find that taking that time. And then then when you do it, you're gonna see people Mirroring it back to you. And they're going to start doing it at it makes a huge difference in conversation at a huge difference in becoming closer to other people. That's excellent advice listeners. I hope you will start considering how you're communicating fact versus opinion in also looking at and others because. That can be toxic right in organization in in your personal life doesn't lead to successful communication and connections in the way, people going to work together. Evan those great advice last question, and it's super easy where can people find out more about you, your work and your book? Okay. The book is easy book is engaging leadership spot with an is. So it's I n g not Angie engaging leadership, and you can find my book online easily at Amazon or any place where books are sold online. It's available in audio. It's that it's available as kindle available as a heart hardback book. If you wanna learn more about me and more about things I'm talking about. I have a website called Evan Hackel speaks dot com. And you're going to see my bio, you're going to see I don't know about twenty five podcasts that I've done on different topics. Maybe more you're gonna see about one hundred articles that I've written. And then if you want to learn about, my company, total training, it's total dot com. So think of the word portal a T for training. That's where the name total comes from so t O RT AL dot com. And have a fantastic training lending development company. And I would certainly love to have you check that out too awesome. I hope everybody checks that what you do. They take a look at your book, which sounds really great. And just thank you so much for sharing your career journey your stories with your dad. That's all amazing at all the insight need vice on being engaged. Really? Appreciate your time. So thank you. It's been more poyser and also big thank you to all of you women worldwide listeners out there amplifying, the credible stories of our guest like Evan who come on the show keep sharing with us less know, how you

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

Women Worldwide

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

"Com. That's pure performance com. With to end. At back to worldwide. Welcome back to the show. Evan hackel. And I were just chatting about his book in what it means. When people in your organization are engaged versus end engaged. So Evans shared a lot of really good points. The whole part about listening and not just listening to prove that you're right, but really being open being able to hear different perspectives. And all of that inclusion is is so important. So now, I want to turn the tables focus on on u let's talk about you as a leader. And do you recall any of you're maybe big a moments as a leader? I wanna share my worst moment that I can remember. I was I think somewhere between ten and twelve years old. I'm not really sure which. But it was the early seventies. So it's a while back with my father. And I learned a lot about law a lot from my father. But the store I think in learning I got from it is it was really amazing. So there was a meeting of debtors of this builder in this builder had gone bankrupt in this builder owned my father fifteen thousand dollars, which in today's dollars would be like seventy five thousand out a little amount of money. You're you're starting to use your aunt. Yeah. And so anyhow in this meeting these people that were owed hundred dollars two hundred. I mean, they are screaming swearing. I mean, they are just brutalizing this poor guy and my father asked a few questions, but he was really calm and on the drive back from the meeting. And I honestly don't know. Why was at me? I think it was just a scheduling thing where he he had had me here or there the meeting. Was happening because not a normal thing. Take a child to this kind of meeting. Learn. Anyhow, I I said to my father said, you know, this guy. Oh, do so much money. And you didn't get mad, and my father said something very profound. He said it was bad enough. I lost the money to have to be mad too. You know? You know that they could just worse. And and I thought about that I said. Wow. That's a good point had enough money to get upset too. But here's the part of the story. That was really the ha moment is instead of being mad. My father actually hired this gentleman to be a salesperson for the company because we sold builders, and this guy knew billers, and this guy was a pretty talented person. Any ended up being one of the best sales people the company ever hired. So rather than looking at the situation being mad and saying I'm never gonna talk to this person again about Bob, blah, blah. He looked at it rationally, and didn't, you know, kept his emotion from overcoming him and made an opportunity, and you know, for me that was just an amazing statement of the you know, the power of. Having control and the power of looking for opportunities and not allowing something that upsets you to make things worse. And that was it was a really cool experience in. I appreciate my dad a lot for that. 'cause there's been many times my career where I have seen opportunity that most people would miss a really good story. First of all, your your dad sounds like an amazing amazing human being, but he he made such an important choice. And when you're positive, and you can take something in turn it into opportunity. You're gonna go so much farther in everything that you do because you know, he he could have chosen to be mad like everybody else in that get you nowhere. So I think that's such a great lesson for you to be able to. To take that forward. I'm glad you shared that with women were worldwide this nurse. So thank you for sharing. Any oh moments. That you wanna share nothing that will get anybody in trouble. But. Well,

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

Women Worldwide

12:33 min | 2 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

"Everybody in the organization has to have an opportunity to contribute to the conversation. Furthermore, what you're going to realize is that people throughout the organization at all levels have important things to say and just because somebody literally is the janitor in the building doesn't mean they don't have ideas contribute to make the organization batter. And by taking the time and effort to get everyone the organization opportunity contribute and an idea by the time the organization develops a plan starts implementing change, the feeling in of the organization is I knew about this. I was asked even if it's not exactly what I would do. I can see in feel that I was part of this and there's buying in support. When the when the organization goes the other way and says, we're gonna make this change. And they talk action you insight. Hey, this is why we're making this change in. It's really important. Everyone needs to get behind. It was changing the I thought people have is. Okay. Why are they making this change? How's it going to impact me? What's wrong, they become very defensive? And that's why it's so difficult to get change. But what everyone is part of the conversation. And when the time comes you present the change that you need to have the happen their support there's appreciation, and it's a huge difference maker in terms of actually making things happen. If you want equal to champion year, your company, your brand, including them involving them in different ways than you're right. You don't have to long with every single employee. If you're ten thousand person organization, so. I you're pointing so well taken in both scenarios, whether you mentioned, the rapid curriculum design or your pure consulting. What makes the difference is the inclusion of the people who matter that you're creating the change and the momentum for you know, what let's let's jump into your your book. I think this would be a good time. So engaging leadership twenty one steps to elevate. Your business tells a little bit about your book what made you want right it who's a four. Well, to be honest. I wrote the book for my kids. That's great. And the reason I wrote the book for my kids is because I sat back and said I wanna pass something onto them of who I am. And what I have learned. And that I thought writing the book would be would be the way to do that the other reason I wrote the book is because I felt that it could make a significant difference in the world. It. What's interesting about my book on leadership is it's not necessarily a business book. It's about leadership in life in any in any fashion of life. So whether you're just the leader because you're part of the family, whether you're a leader civically, and even honestly just if your leader of yourself, the the point that I make in the book, I think are really profound, and would you likely to share some of the kind of Chiapas relations? Absolutely heavy great thinking the first one, I wanna share is listening. What for what I call is the kernel of truth? So for years and years and years, I listen for why other people were wrong. So when I would have a conversation. I was listening for why. I was right why they were wrong. And I was listening to ask really good questions. That would automatically prove why was right? And so when I would talk to people they felt I was a good listener. They felt I asked a lot of questions. My actual intent was not good. My actual intent was manipulative. When I started to listen to people inside. We'll what's maybe right about what they have to say. Why are they right or if they're not totally right? How are they partly? Right. Have could we take the I have their idea and meld it or maybe their ideas, just playing better? So when you start listening for the kernel of truth, then you start hearing and people start feeling really heard. So this is you know, obviously important thing for a leader. Because when a leader is really listening in people are feeling heard their inspired. And they feel like the person that's leading them understand and gets them. No matter how good you are at manipulation. I was pretty good at it. When you listen for why people are wrong, people become defensive people don't wanna share with you. They don't to have a conversation with you. Because they know that the end result isn't going to be that what they had to say was valued. But the end result is I'm just proving I'm smarter than you. Even by the way, when they're right and I'm completely wrong. That would be that's that would be what I was doing. So again, this is really a concept that you know, is incredible in anybody's life, whether a leader or not a leader in this is you make such a great point. I think there are a lot of conversations out there that speak to listening to hear why you're right. And the other person is wrong, but doesn't that speak to the person the leader? I would think that that leader would have to be very confident and face their fears to be open to different opinions and perspectives because if you're not then you're always going to like, you said be looking you can listen, but looking to prove someone wrong, then you wouldn't get to the kernel of truth zoo, their characteristic of the leader that has to be present in order to do that. I think you really hit the nail on the head. Thank you. In that. When someone's not confident in themselves, they tend not to want to listen to others because they don't wanna risk looking foolish or looking like an impostor. So it does take a lot of personal confidence to listen for why someone else's right? It takes a lot of confidence to be the leader and be willing to change your point of view when a better idea provides itself, and I think our society, if you know, I grew up in our age where you watch TV in my favorite example, this dates me is watching bewitched where Darren was always concerned about what Larry his boss had to say never challenged Larry ever ever ever challenge. Larry. And that was sort of what you know, the typical you know. You know, Bosch relationship was as you never wanted to risk your job. So you just sat there said. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. However, the world is changing I love the millennial generation in the workplace. I think jen's even be better because this is a generation where they feel like they should be heard, and they don't feel like their role at work is to just simply do what they're told. Now, understand something. I think it's important for there to be real leadership in real management this difference between leadership and management management is about execution leadership is about inspiring. You know, there's one thing for an organization where you know. Everything's a vote and everything is this and that, and I am not in favor of that even remotely when I am in favour of is getting people to ask and here and be open to possibilities. Then get agreement on a strategy. And then execute that strategy and that once you have the plan you can't sit back and every day challenged the plan because you will lose litter literally just get nowhere. But in the building of the plan that listening and working together and developing that strategy is key. And then you transition into management mode where you're now executing that plan and everyone is on board. Now there are times in any plan that you need to reevaluate. Late in joss and their plan for. But once everyone is in agreement that you have to work as a team and you have to execute. So it's very important execution is incredibly important for success. But it happens in a much higher level. When everyone is bought in. Everyone supports a plan. And I'll add this last piece everyone knows the plan because in many organizations all-star off in my. An interview employees now saying your own words, what's the vision of the company? Where's company going, and I hear I think I'm not sure I think I'm not sure and that is extremely detrimental. When people don't even know the direction, the organization is going, and that, unfortunately is probably the case in most companies in my book, I challenged people to go around and ask everyone they were in their own words. What do they think the vision is don't care if they can recite the vision statement, but in own words, what do they think the vision is listen because you'll be shocked many people don't actually know. And you know, how can you get somewhere? If you don't know where you're going. He green. How many leaders are shocked when you bring that information back about I think not sure defined that they're taken aback. I think they are taking back. I think there is a sump shin. That everyone knows what I know of that happens in organizations, and they think that everyone, you know, kinda gets where the plan is. But so many times organizations don't plan. They just go they date they work day to day. They don't they don't take the time to to really reset in rethinking. And this. This is very common. It might might point to leaders when I talk to them is not to sit back and give yourself a hard time. But to sit back and to say look at where you can go if you just go a little deeper on, you know, people don't get to position of leadership by mistake, and everyone has attributes that make them successful. So the idea is to build upon your success by learning engaging leadership skills. So that you are a better leader in that you grow. It's really important. I'm going to ask you just hold your thoughts for moment. Burnt take a super quick break. If some much to our sponsor, and when we get back as it is going to continue on this track in, maybe we're gonna learn a few of his Allah and. Uh-huh. Moments as leader. Creating brand loyalty requires a unique blend of strategic communications and innovative technology. Yesterday's two Meeks work today. You have an opportunity to expand your communications approach with fresh creative ineffective ways to pan. Rob your brand voice through new channels and interact with more value in pure performance communications work with you to audiences from awareness action impact, you'll course, the greater engagement imports stronger relationships along the way. Let us help you on cover. What's holding you back in help you to carve out a marketing PR rule meant to success? Visit us at pure performance com dot com.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

Women Worldwide

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Women Worldwide

"You're listening to episode two hundred fourteen of women worldwide. You hear a lot of talk about engaging people. That's right on social media in your companies and also in your team meetings. But what about indie djing people engaging with an I instead of an e well, I've got a guest today who has a lot to share about what it means to end gauge, stay tuned to learn more. Hi, I'm Deirdre Breckenridge. I spent an entire career helping women to share stories nurture relationships were of their brands, but most of all to find their voices. So they can make a difference. Do you feel stuck do? You wanna power up? Your own voice. Women row y features stories of passionate women who have navigated big career challenges. And some of the toughest changes. These professionals offer deep insights and advice to inspire you. And to help you uncover. What's holding you back let we worldwide ignite your passion, SUV you can excel in life. Welcome to another episode of women were alive. Thank you for tuning into this show. We really appreciate all of the positive momentum that we're seeing with the little worldwide network and how much bro, it's all. Because of you we hear you, and we're happy that the stories of our guests are helping inspiring and motivating you to create impact in your career and in your life, aright, friends, let's dive into today's topic in guest. I hope you're ready to meet an expert who will share the difference between being engaged and gauge. That's right. There's a big difference. Joining me on the show is Evan Hackel. He's the CEO of twirl training. Evan has extensive background in training human resources in learning development. And in the franchise space working with clients across. Different industries and from top companies, including Pence Armstrong. Denny's Daytona and many more. Evan is a front runner in creating in gauged culture in cooperatives franchises small and medium-sized businesses corporations to his twenty plus years of background in business leadership. So Evan believes that involving employee's decision. Making a he has manager's listening allows everyone to contribute ideas when the company is looking to incorporate change, I guess you could say his experience is unmatched in engaged leadership. So I could go on and on. But I think it's best for Evan to share his story with you. It's great to have you on my show. Welcome on absolutely thrilled to be here. Thank you. And I think it's really important to dive into this. Engaged versus engaged. We hear law about that. But I do want to touch on your extensive background in training human resources in learning development that I mentioned in the intro. What made you choose this career path? I have a real passion around the power impact that people make it a business. And I think in most businesses the people are the number one asset, and there are a lot of different ways, you access those that talent. A big part of that is learning development training and making sure people are given the tools they need to succeed. And they know and understand how to be successful. And then the other side of that is the involvement, which is the I in the word in gauge -ment. So the when you engage people you involve them in terms of really getting shared common vision share share values when everyone in the organization has a sense of responsibility ownership for success makes a massive difference. Angry. It definitely makes a difference. Deif think you know, when you're doing training in your helping organizations is that. Mentioned people are the assets. But what about the goals in kind of aligning goals? But also building brands how does that play into it? One organization is top down. And people are given instructions of what to do. It's not bad. It's just not optimal and one organization is bottom up. And that everyone in the organization is valued in everyone. The organization has methods of contributing their thoughts and ideas, it's a game changer at an example that I like to use is if I went to an employee in said here your goals. This is what you want. I want you to do or I went to employees and said what you think your goal should be. And they

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"Not worried about losing their job. Absolutely. God, I talk about that all the time if people 'cause you know, I'm a communication specialist and I always talk about people have to feel like they're in a safe place to be able to say, you know what? This isn't working and we might have a problem here. Otherwise you get right recalls of millions of cars, and there was there was a a great book. I read it, loved it at the time. In retrospect, I disagree with the premise terribly and the idea was that you compliment somebody, you tell them what they did wrong, and then you compliment them again. So the except the Cup lament in a nice way. And at the time this this, this book is sold twenty million copies. I'm on my second edition, but I'm not near twenty million. I'll. Listeners can help. But anyhow, the point that I make is you catch them doing five things right at different times and it's about what they're doing right. When you have a problem, that's all you talk about. There's no ambiguity when you compliment somebody about this and how to fix this comrades, they could mix the thing. The thing that needs to be fixed, absolutely will not only that, but there's a trust that spelt, like you said, they're, they're the person comes forward like, okay, it's not like they're hounding me all the time. Right. And the way you approach someone is not like you're beating, you did something wrong, it's like you're bringing it to the forefront and working together to find a way to make that not happen again. That's that's really the goal not to beat somebody up. So we talk about touch bases and I'm going to quickly because I know we're running out of time. Our first question for them is how you doing. How's job? Second question is what successively had third is how can I help you? And how can I coach you and that we have the employees build and track their own to do list. So it's not like here, I'm Amanda. Here's your to do list and hear hear more for your to do this at. I'll let me go through. Did you do this? Do this? Did you do this? You let you let them describe it in. Oh, here in my success is here's where I need help and they're building the list. And if you see something on the list is a, I think it should be on the list, but then who owns when I get someone to do list who owns it? I. Oh, oh, that was too hard. You should have known it was too when they produce to list who owns they own it and they're gonna make sure they do it because they own it. And then you come back to the accountability, which is so very important. Yeah, exactly. And. So it's all an talk about consistent. Its culture, and my book is about ideas to create this culture in a way that's very, very positive. And I got twenty one exercises that help people do it. So it's not just erotica it's action. And again, it's inclusive with an I n.. Right, that's right. I like to call him ball, but includes next to inclusive involvement in gauging, you know, however you do it, it's it's making sure that everyone's collaborating together as opposed to doing it separately. Like you said, somebody coming out and saying, this is what you need to do as opposed to looking at someone's future together. 'cause it's their future. Exactly. Well, before we go. So you have twenty one steps in this great book. If I am listening right now and I have now decided. You know, maybe I better get on track with this employee engagement, this workplace culture train. 'cause they're starting to convince me that it's not gonna happen in a day. How do I start besides calling you up? How do I start? What's the first step? I can take. I offer my website a free gift for listeners, which is a workshop, which actually is exactly that it's the questions to ask. But the first question I have that link also yet the first question I say to people as go to every everyone in your company and asking this question in your own words, what is the vision of the company that is where they're at? That's the first book. It's what they say, and it will be eye-opening because in less their company, if you did this with my company, every person could tell you. But if in most companies they can't tell you they, I don't know. I think it's this and then you hear different things in that's gonna show you going right back to the bulls eye, world's greatest Archer blindfolded spun around and the bullseye move. I don't care. How are you? Can't hit it with. They're gonna find is their team doesn't know what the lights and now find out what direction they are in. So they'll know how to start. Start to pull them in the direction they wanna be. That's an excellent tip. I really appreciate that. Evan, it's been a delight having you on the show and I appreciate your time and so do all the listeners, its grocery back. I enjoy your questions. Thank you. This is Julianne Sullivan signing off on another episode. Please make sure that you subscribe to mere mortals unite wherever you listen to podcasts and we'll see next week brings to businesses to share it with your friends and callings to lend more Jillian Sullivan this podcast and receive free invaluable information go to Julianne Sullivan dot com. All me mortals. You not dot com. We look forward to the pleasure of your company next time.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"Models. United, probably presents this special series businesses that k. your host Julianne. Solomon has such the globe for businesses with unique ideas about how they engage and inspire. There were place environment. Egypt is full of ID's you can easily implement so that you too can be a business that Kay's are you ready? Then let's go in three, two one. Hey, there listeners, I am so glad you have joined us again for the mere mortals unite podcast, and our series businesses that care now streaming all over the place, including cease wheat radio. Today's guest is Evan Hackel, and you know, Evan was such a great guest on mere mortals unite. I invited him back again to be on businesses that care and mainly because he wrote this great book called in gauging leadership, and that's with an eye. And these are Evans words engagement is a leadership philosophy for those who believe that it is not enough to tell people what to do, but to involve their minds, creativity, and even their emotions, Evan understands that working together in partnership. We'll make any organization vastly more successful. And one of the underlying currents in all of the shows on businesses that care is that the leaders that I talked to understand that they need to involve in gage as Evans, said the people that they work with. It's not enough to just say, hey, here, this is what we're gonna do, which may have worked fifty years ago, but it doesn't work now. And one of the reasons why that is shifting is the younger generation that has come in and I love them for that because they are forcing in a way businesses to say, hey, I care about what you think too. And as part of the older generation, I kind of feel like cheese. I wish we had done that, but anyway, we're gonna talk more about this with Evan. Now, Evan, thanks. So much for joining us again. I really appreciate it and so will our audience I am delighted to be, and I totally by the way agree with you about the millennial generation. I I think in this is contrary to what everyone says that they are the greatest generation to enter the workforce. The traditional people may be boomers of the mindset was you have a job, you have it for life, whatever fall yet, be thankful. I remember watching e witch and Jerry was always afraid to Larry and never willing to speak at an millennials. Wanna speak up and they wanna be trained and they wanna work for company with great values. An I'm actually working on a second book right now calling gauging leadership for millennials and because this this, you know what I've been practicing my entire business career is like Horford from a lens. And millennials isn't the end right? Because I always tell people quit focusing on the millennials because the next generation is going to be more like them. I mean, I don't think that's going away that that our workforce is gonna want us as employers leaders take care about them and give them value. And I don't think there's anything wrong with that because what we receive in return not only in our business, but in the world as a whole is a much better product or service when you agree, I do agree. I have not yet a person that's worked at a business that doesn't appreciate being asked what their opinion is. Yeah, even if even if it's not taken, just listening is huge and and the best practices for managing Lenny's are

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"And i should have spoken to you that way or whatever i should have listened better so i i just gave you like five kudos and if i was there i'd put five gold stars on your forehead just to let you know will roll thank you on bent bone another thing try doing in my wife who's you don't sometimes you're talking to somebody and then your mind kind of rebels i never happens to be don't know what you're talking about and and what i train myself is to say summit i'm really sorry i was just dadri giving would you mind were beating yourself because what what i used to do is what you do and everyone else does this i'll shut up and may be a catch up to the conversation an an and when i teach this and i do he notes and things i do actually do communication workshops to would people they say will all people feel insulted you were actually listening to them and i said you know most people say thank you for telling me that bigger as they do the same thing they know and they would rather you rather repeat themselves when you're actually be listening than you faking it and they're appreciative of the fact that you would knowledge that fault yeah yeah honest it's a nice day here we are all near bordeaux said you know how the authenticity of how we communique is is in is incredible i'll give you a real life example of something that seems trivial but it is i think a really critical cler i had doubled booked myself today at a thinking that one thing was in the evening when it was in the afternoon my brother is in the hospital and i know you're saying what does that have to do with double booking so my first thought is august call these people i can't go to their van and tell them my brothers in the hospital news.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"In and how much he grew was amazing and know he's a incredible kit apple my kids a wonderful kids for the other kids that might be listening but the plus the flat and i making is it changed him as a human being in ways i never could have thought and if i had just simply bend there you know what this isn't to big gouda you should be this far from home going to cost me money i don't want to spend the money at you know bannon this all this negative danger danger except tra i started listening to why do you want to what is it that you like your own i love creativity the skirt divoty for me the a and believe me is all he wanted to do all i mean in the times he'd be skiing at mud palm uh you know you at uh in his pack actions infectious so i list and it's this by the way the superpower is not like something like i can try once jill like it it literally has to be a lifelong commitment because what your literally doing is changing a habit so that's my next question to you is what do you do to incorporate this into your life and keep it going because i know when you try our start a new have it you have to have something construction constructive going on that you follow the four it becomes natural so what did you do i picked a time of day which for me was very easy because i had a 45minute commute where i would reflect upon all lined meaningful conversations of the day and i would ask myself with the parole of true or was i'm being defensive and not and it is a complete how.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"And it out there you know your time wasn't worth listen to why your kid gobi a kid god's i'd play and hand that you know i you know my kids come to me and they want to do things up here this is a real life example i have a 14yearold son who i consider to be pretty needy meaning that he now he may be listening butts okay that he really wanted to be around the family of what are we wasn't round the family you know he got very nervous and was worried about it he wanted to become professional skier and my first thought is that's very dangerous he wanted me a freestyle skier with the going out these massive john right and it's very dangerous and being away from home as much you need to be you won't like and he wanted to go to donald's academy which is a a school high school for people that want to be professional is it called again dell's academy there are not but oregon account rap on the base to glacier where you can see your route which is why they have it there and it's an online school so any any how he comes to me with this idea and you know my gut instinct know is definitely this was a good idea and i and i should do as suffering of turning on that superpower i started listening to that colonel of truth which let me to making a trip out there it led me to meeting the people at led leadbeater understanding his passion and then it let me now understand why out you know maybe the answer to a kid who's needy is to let them live when he's asking foreign live his dream because this is his choice come out there solec encore shame to go out there and his maturity.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"Uh and that took too well that's what i love about this superpower 'cause it can be used in all parts of your life which most superpowers can but this one in particular you know like you say when you're working in a business and trying to grow a businesses certainly works because you can expand your ideas and everybody does have a different take on a situation n and it is good to listen for those because we all get pigeonholed because we see a different end result so sometimes we don't see everything around us and i always try to to work in tandem with at least one or two other people at at least on part of what i'm trying to do and certainly when i work with clients and i i know you feel the same way you're daca though what's your goal which year what are you looking for you you can't create anything for them unless you know that but the idea that you can take this and majan having a conversation with your kid where they feel like you're listening to them while they're really changes that relationship in a dynamic way not madonna boehner and and you know the such a temptation as you're always sort of top the way you were raised maybe that's how you just post to raise your kids and amtra my mother is not going to be listening to this in over a hangar hot her her first response to me was almost always know anna and devout.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"At one what how in the store or where someone with real passion is talking about the product so they weren't building ecommerce like you'd get from an amazon or earth wrong you know macy's our traditional store they were building something that matched their culture and zappa status sat like if you go on zap us any pick out a shoe there is a little video with somebody talking about tissue and why they like it so i think that it is a is a little bit more than that because it's more about a complete assault bowl of clothing you know like all all the pieces are nuts that you know the point is i never would have thought of that idea never would have thought about that in abaya taken the point of view of you know crawl walk run which i something i always say is i would i would stock to what's your skin regular site going right and then let's end than what's maria bottles all this other stuff than your off focus in that idea is great it's wonderful like here drew clobbered but you're off focused because i wasn't listening for the coral true but because i was listening to the kernel of truth i allowed myself to open up to other ideas and then you know in this particular case that was a file out but this works with my kids this works with with with everybody i in my entire life is we end up appreciating each other end up coming up with better ideas every now and then i happen to be right.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"The slow over here i want to see my infants i was good at taking it the other thing is you really start developing much closer personal relationships be it i uh friends coworkers uh except for oughta and it does part airs partners it it does make four people feeling more comfortable having deep conversations and i i connect now with like everybody at and probably guys like family crazy but at a nearby take a member i'm of best friend of the uber driver binding of asylum yacht their needs and i just you know i i get people waiting in line to what whatever iin joy think to know people and in part it's because of this curiosity uh and i and i am listening for the coral carnal true in business uh you know i'll give you a really good example at a klina binds the franchise or they're trying to bring in ecommerce into a into a business and the business people were brick and mortar and there were had all these fears around ecommerce and so on king audit perma kind of a technical point of view and i'm thinking well you know we just have to come up with a good revenuesharing if they get enough money from at that that they're going to be happy about that and so down stores coming from nasser listening to people and what i realize was though they really were concerned about is that they wanted their ecommerce platform to be like the experience one gets it in the store it sucks and that is very different the going to a platform or just see product and you sort and you pick and and you look a pretty pitchers so based on that conversation and talking to people and this was not my idea of won't be clear wasn't their ideas spark minded there are literally a good idea from someone else was to treat ecommerce like a trunk show so when you go to their website they have live videos of people presenting product almost like you would unto you see so it was almost duplicating the experience.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"About how good a listener i was and how good i was at understanding people and i got rave reviews people all my friends people i work everyone's at avenue great listener etc because i asked openended questions i followed up and i restated what i heard which are all great element right of good listening to munich and communicating out on a communication experts and fallen ill ongoing yeah you guys see that guide you that guy right and that in and everyone teaches those three thing but the intention that goes into them is the difference maker so if you're listening for why the other person would be right so you're stopping thinking about your idea and using hap how could they be right and now you're looking for why they might be right verses ron right you listed them different way people feel you different way and it just it's just a matter of your facial expression your behaviors change one you're listening to the carl true and then what you find out just of masing leonov is everyone else an dumber than you there are a lot of really cried people out there they have good ideas and the hair ideas could be better than yours wellnigh glenn ness again arrive you could be better that line their ideas combined with mind could be igman batter or it might spark a whole new training of thought and so when you say what are the benefits first off one of the benefits is that garages absolutely come out of this there's no doubt about that the other benefits are that people enjoy talking to you because they feel comfortable goal that you ruling listening and that there is a chance that they're gonna win the conversation instead of saying here comes as an let's go over to the pyre let's see.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Oh shit i have a feeling that i i heard you start this topic i'm like oh shit this is not this is not a quick to africa against aqqaba how to get guests to say on task evan hackel issue it's a love heat relationship duggan strakhov with polarized guests yet when you you heard yeah yeah yeah exactly exactly so let me explain let me let me tell you the story it just really quick so that we can at least get it out there and so that you know this is not an attack at all on evan hackel but it's a it's more of an attack on the type of guests that we get that dumb that they could potentially go in a direction that they are more in control of the show than the host okay so when i say the host i actually i'm talking about mees it's i'm doing the interviews yeah so hosts singular and as case because you're doing the interview now housed like the two of us okay so as a person in this particular case so evan hackl came on our show an air evan hackel was this was episode 501 life right right amazing amazing guest great knowledge came through a credible source loved having evan on the show so evan or or or anybody that is working with evans company this is not about evan but evan brought brought a topic to light that i really have to think about long and hard heartbe and have conversation was strictly even before somebody like evan comes on the show because i need to understand how to what i need to do so in evans particular case very very very very on point with the stuff that strickland loves extremely detailed number focused details details details and as a host for media here somebody that's detailed i have a challenging time because all i want to do is you know forget about the pain to show me the baby what's the end result you know what what is it what is it really all about and i kept bringing evan back to hey can you help me make a connection with my audience because i wanna make sure that that uh that we don't have people tune out of this episode and in having a conversation with evan after this episode aired i just got to know him and i i think evan is in amazingly incredibly successful guy.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"I don't think we should have him on the show right now because we would both end up teeing up on the guy it would be it would be another angry episode speaking of previous episodes like let's to start this episode with that hey what have we done in the past evan hackel you know what's so funny doug sent me a list of topics right don't you in one no we share in one note now and it's funny i'm looking over this in dugs i k twelve 1204 trait there i'm like dude it's not sink by one know what's going on and i'm thinking technology technology technology i have a page i mean i've folder in one note that has all of our upcoming topics in it includes a list of all of our upcoming guests right so i have them shorted in chronological order so i know when they're coming up right it's eleven doug is like eleven four topics it's right there and i'm looking at the top of the list which is like where i drag staff and chronologically where it should be i'm looking at the bottom of the list where when you create a new page in automatically puts it at the bottom list and it's not there and i'm scrolls ronald see it because doug has it about ten pages down in between the eleven twenty nine and the twelve water guest of course i can't fogging vine and i and i said the it's right there now so just a you understand why it's there it's because it was probably created it was probably created in between those two episodes that i was recording in the in the in the mix of my really busy day i'm like oh i came up with so that's why it was that's why it landed there strickland so i guess that makes as i'm where's waldo and you're like it's there dude it's there i just want to say this back.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Okay that's good okay now you know what we're not going to mention these recommend us on every individual episode of overcast we're not going to mention our sponsor for scan your right to the interview i don't think that we should even spend just one moment more today talking about an interview valet do you i mean do you think we should evan hack call i'll we're just going to get right just past it two respondents wanted to try that you're telling me he wanted you right here interview valet dot com we've probably shouldn't talk about them at all okay so you're saying we shouldn't talk about tom and has great team over to interview valet that can get you onto other podcasts traveled to make you the expert in your industry now we shouldn't and we shouldn't mentioned their name as interview valet dot com one more time i think that's probably with our just massive whether you guys you funk unfair hands are let's get to the interview today is today friday holiest shed how do we get the friday already i just on how god just seems like a maybe like one hundred twenty hours ago with the appropriate blau right there gosh okay let's get to the interview would evan hackel right here on the night skies on business poplars so we know relationships are everything not just between companies and their customers but internally within an organisation as well well evan hackel is ceo of engage consulting and torvill training not only an expert at communication but he creates game changing opportunities for companies by helping move attitudes that allow teams to really engage so welcome evans of the nice guys on business podcast.

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"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"evan hackel" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"The first the first day that we that we produced or that we released a we got to downloads the second day we got we got five okay so on the second day and then the third day just just a knock us back down we coq ten with so we had three people potentially listen boom and then they said what is this and then they left so that it was this you and me again i have a we were only publishing want to weaken very true very true so let me go back to the our first episodes our first episodes now as of today we we got our test episode we got to downloads that was oh you're right that was on to okay interesting so onto seven that was our test episode that was the day that we actually got those two downloads episode number one which was on two eight the day that we got five it just look at the look at the the spike in listenership who went from five until now that same episode number one has gotten four hundred in four downloads the same had also number one what do you mean episode number one overall yeah like they like people have actually gone back whoever is gone back and listen to episode number one not the class agree on version of it but the actual original at eu episode four hundred and four perry nice very nice country suck all right let's let's wrap up here we got some uh some other should they take care of and then we'll la and then we'll come back we'll see you guys on tuesday you've been listening to some really cool episodes if you listened the entire week at rob holman on monday we had robin drake yesterday the fbi guy oh my gosh so cool such a great interview evan hackel is coming up tomorrow you'll enjoy that episode as well that's it let's get out of here steve o'brien take us out of here for the nice guys on business i'm steve o'brien looks like they made it through another one i don't know how they do it without falling asleep in the middle.

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