Episode 168 | The Linchpin to Your Success: A Critical Moment for Clarity & Connection with Jenni Catron & Trey McKnight

Posted by Jenni Catron on Jul 19, 2022 5:00:00 AM

More than ever employees are looking to belong and engage in an organization that offers purpose and meaning. Not only are people being attracted to organizations with stronger and clearer cultures, partnering with a mission and vision bigger than themselves, but they are also interested in being a part of a team that encourages their own growth and development.  

In this week's episode, Jenni has a conversation with 4 Sight Coach Trey McKnight about the critical moment we face to rise up to the challenges proposed in our current climate in order to seize the opportunities we have to invest in what we can control. Trey serves as the Executive Director of Staff Culture and Development at Orange and has worked in ministry for over 20 years with organizations such as: Global Leadership Network, The John Maxwell Company, North Point Ministries, and Chickfila. 

 

 

 

Amidst a major shift in “How We Work”, it is important that we as leaders consistently take steps to move forward towards creating regular rhythms of communication to increase trust and connection within our organization. Asking clarifying questions, taking the time to listen and recognizing that culture work takes both patience and persistence is worth it and will make your organization stand out among the rest. 

For a next step, we encourage you to REGISTER for the Culture Conference 2022 hosted by The 4Sight Group. Culture Conference is a FREE digital conference, taking place Aug 11th that will provide practical talks from today’s top leaders to help you continue to build thriving teams, cultivate inspiring workplaces, and achieve mission. 

 

Resources:

Blog: 6 Questions to Ask (and answer) to Improve Culture

Blog: Patience + Persistence Equals What?

 

Connect with Trey:

TreyMcKnight.com

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Topics: Purpose, Leadership, Culture, Vision, mission

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