224 | Creating a Thriving Workplace: Insights and Strategies from Leadership Coach, Joe Mull
What if your workplace was a destination your employees couldn't wait to arrive at every day? You may think it's a far-fetched idea, but Joe Mull, begs to differ. He's an author, leadership coach, and a passionate advocate for turning workplaces into environments where employees don't just survive but thrive. Joe has a wealth of experience and insights to share, from his background in performing arts and student affairs, to leading learning development for one of the largest healthcare systems in the US.
This episode of the Lead Culture Podcast is packed with engaging conversations about upgrading the employee experience, the competitive edge of a four-day work week, and the psychology behind job satisfaction.
Ever wondered why some employees stick around while others are quick to exit? Our second segment is dedicated to deciphering just that. We delve into Joe's research-backed findings on retention and turnover, emphasizing the three key areas employers need to win in: ideal job, meaningful work, and a great boss.
But that's not all. In the age of remote and hybrid working, the role of managers and leaders is evolving. We discuss how to lead effectively from afar and foster a healthy workplace culture that nurtures trust and loyalty. Joe also introduces his book, Employalty: How to Ignite Commitment and Keep Top Talent in the New Age of Work, championing a humane approach to the employee experience.
If you're searching for fresh perspectives and practical strategies to level up your leadership game, this episode is a must-listen!
Known as a dynamic, engaging speaker, Joe Mull teaches leaders and business owners how to be better bosses and make work “work for all”. He is the author of three books: Cure for the Common Leader, No More Team Drama, and his latest, Employalty: How to Ignite Commitment and Keep Top Talent in the New Age of Work. He is founder of the BossBetter Leadership Academy and the host of the globally popular Boss Better Now podcast, ranked in the Top 100 of all management podcasts (Apple).
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