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#108 Jason Lauritsen

808 Podcast

Author, Keynote Speaker Jason Lauritsen shares how to manage better through clarity.Get more info at https://JasonLauritsen.com/


31 May 2021

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The State of Engagement with Jason Lauritsen and Dr. Brad Shuck (Ep. 04)

Amplified Research Speakerbox Podcast

On this Speakerbox podcast, Dr. Russ talks with about employee engagement with two heavy hitters, Dr. Brad Shuck and Jason Lauritsen.  They share their insights on employee engagement as a concept, where it has come from, and where it is heading from the research and practical implementation prisms. Both Brad and Jason share information about their books, Employee Engagement: A Research Overview, and Unlocking High Performance:  How to Use Performance Management to Engage and Empower Employees to Reach Their Full Potential, respectively.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


30 Apr 2021

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Mindset, not mechanics: The biggest obstacle for remote team managers | with Linda Jonas & Jason Lauritsen

SocialTalent's The Shortlist

What do you think is the biggest challenge facing managers when it comes to remote teams? Technology immediately springs to mind. Maybe geographical distance or communication? Well, according to our guests on The Shortlist this week, it’s actually mindset. Linda Jonas and Jason Lauritsen believe that how a manager thinks and approaches remote work is vital to its success. Cultivation mindsets can lead to very effective results, while a destructive mindset can unravel the whole process. News stories: https://hbr.org/2021/03/what-is-your-organizations-long-term-remote-work-strategy https://www.irishtimes.com/special-reports/best-workplaces/leading-virtual-teams-in-a-time-of-tumult-1.4487689 For more from The Shortlist: www.socialtalent.com/theshortlist


7 Apr 2021

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EP 006 Jason Lauritsen: Work as a Relationship

Pursuing Perfect

Jason Lauritsen, Founder Employee Performance Academy, is an employee engagement and performance management expert who passionately believes that work can and should be a fulfilling experience for every employee. As both a former corporate executive and entrepreneur, Jason is dedicated to creating organizations that are good for both people and profits. Jason believes in a radical notion that work should be fulfilling. He also knows that the concept of perfectionism shows up in the workplace in different ways. Jason will certainly challenge you to think differently about employee engagement.We discussed:·        Employee engagement-more than an HR buzzword.·        The importance of relationship skills.·        Tangible ways to measure engagement.·        What psychological safety really looks like.·        The beginner’s mind and deep listening.Enjoy the show and let me know your thoughts!Connect with Jason:Website: www.JasonLauritsen.comBooks:Unlocking High Performance: How to use performance management to engage and empower employees to reach their full potential.Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships Connect with Marc:Website: http://www.kaschke.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marc.kaschke?fref=tsTwitter: @marckaschke Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


31 Mar 2021

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S4 E82 | eXpert Tease: Jason Lauritsen shares a fundamental moment


Jason sits down with Chris to share a pivotal moment in his life when he learned failing was okay


31 Mar 2021

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The Cultivation Mindset with Jason Lauritsen, Keynote Speaker, Author, Adviser and Leadership Trainer

Be More - a podcast by Peakon

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18 Mar 2021

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🎧 Season #3:20 The 6️⃣ Laws of Social Gravity with Jason Lauritsen 🎤

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Are you investing in your connections? What if I told you that doing so could change your life forever? That’s what it did for today’s guest, Jason Lauritsen. He’s seen time and again that following the 6 Laws of Social Gravity can have massive payoffs. As I’m always trying to more effectively be a magnet, instead of a pusher, I had Jason on the Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast to talk about what he’s noticed about relationships in business. You’ll also learn about The BENEFITS of showing up ready to serve Why you need to FRONTLOAD your connection investments so they can pay off later How time is the CURRENCY of Relationships How to use karma to TURBOCHARGE your network Resources Get Jason’s Latest book here: 👇  Unlocking High Performance Take a look at available resources and schedule a time to chat with Jason 👍 FOLLOW Jason Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jason.lauritsen LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonlauritsen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JasonLauritsen YouTube: http://bit.ly/JasonLauritsenYouTube 📘  Get Your FREE Copy of “Influencer Networking Secrets” (the book) HERE: 👇 https://www.thepaulsedwards.com Join the FREE “Influencer Networking Secrets” Private Group HERE: 👇 https://www.facebook.com/groups/influencernetworkingsecrets 👍 Follow me: Podcast: Influencer Networking Secrets 🎶 Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/thepaulsedwards  👍 InstaGram: https://www.instagram.com/thepaulsedwards LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thepaulsedwards Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepaulsedwards


23 Feb 2021

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How to Manage Remote Teams with Jason Lauritsen

SocialTalent's The Shortlist

Today on The Shortlist we're taking a look at the challenges of managing remote teams. How does leadership change when it's through a screen? We're joined by Jason Lauristen, a world renowned author and thought leader who helps companies deliver incredible employee experiences. He’s passionate about bringing humanity back to the workplace – but what does that look like in a virtual office? News stories: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinessdevelopmentcouncil/2020/11/04/three-leadership-skills-necessary-for-managing-remote-employees/?sh=50b88e82fcab https://www.businessinsider.com/overlooked-things-leaders-should-be-doing-for-remote-workers-2020-10?r=US&IR=T More from Jason: employeeperformanceacademy.com/managing-virtual-teams


11 Nov 2020

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16 - Jason Lauritsen on Being Authentic vs Faking It at Work

Best Hire Ever

In Episode 16 of BEST HIRE EVER, Kris Dunn chats with Jason Lauritsen on the always hot topic of Faking it at Work vs Being Authentic at Work. Jason and KD discuss what being authentic really means as a candidate and an employee, the risks and rewards of being authentic, and the zombie-like existence of those who choose a life of faking it at work (whether by choice or via tough economic circumstances).  KD and Jason also discuss building teams as a hiring manager on the recruiting trail via authenticity. Please subscribe, rate and review (Apple) and follow (Spotify) to get the latest delivered to you.  Click here if you don't see the player below! SHOW HIGHLIGHTS   1:43 - Jason and KD talk about his current focus - speaker, writer and consultant in the world of HR and healthy workplaces, and he's currently ramping up online courses for that domain.  He's also learning the harmonica, KD actively envisions him breaking the harmonica out is pocket and jamming with a house band. Which. Is. Awesome.   4:00 - Jason and KD set the stage by talking about a post he did this month on being authentic at work vs faking it.  Jason reacts to someone who encouraged people to fake it at work, defines his view of being authentic in the workplace and why it's so valuable.   10:35 - Why do people feel compelled to fake it in the recruiting process or the workplace?  Jason and KD chop it up.   12:13 - KD and Jason talk about how average level opportunities go down when you're authentic, but the intensity of opportunity across what remains goes exponentially up.   15:27 - Jason and KD carve up definitions of fake it, fake it until you make it, being authentic and more related to the workplace.  Turns out being authentic isn't just letting your freak flag fly, it's hard work and intentional, and protects relationships rather than destroying them.   23:40 - Jason and KD talk about being authentic on the recruiting trail, breaking down what it means for candidates and hiring managers.  How does it differ from employees already working for a company? Jason/KD discuss.   Along the way, Jason and KD discuss the expert definition of being authentic, as well as some of the greatest advantages and risks to anyone in the workplace who focuses on being authentic.   RESOURCES AND SHOW NOTES: ------------ Jason Lauritsen on Linkedin Jason Lauritsen.com Jason's article on Authenticity vs Faking It at Work ------------Kris Dunn Kris Dunn on LinkedIn Kinetix The HR Capitalist Fistful of Talent Boss Leadership Training Series Kris Dunn on Twitter Kris Dunn on Instagram


4 Oct 2020

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Ep. 11 - Jason Lauritsen

Talent Experience Podcast

Jason Lauritsen is an expert at helping organizations figure out employee engagement and helping managers be better managers. He chats with host Rhonda Taylor about the positive side effects of not being able to see our people as we normally would in the office, as well as removing bias in the workforce. Jason then dives into why managing the remote workforce doesn’t require different skills to managing in the office, but points out a lot of work still needs to be done by managers.As a keynote speaker, adviser, leadership trainer, and author of 'Unlocking High Performance' and 'Social Gravity', Jason is dedicated to make work a more human experience. Connect with him on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonlauritsen/, Twitter @JasonLauritsen or visit https://jasonlauritsen.com.For more insightful conversations, visit www.talentexperiencepodcast.com. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Talent Experience podcast!


9 Sep 2020