Motivating a Remote Team: How Listening Impacts Performance
Listening is hard, and we’ve likely not practiced or trained this skill properly, which is why most people suck at listening—and also why most of us go through each day of our lives not being truly heard. Where there is a collective problem, however, there is also an opportunity. In this session, Aaron Levy shares how you can improve your ability to listen and in turn have a profound impact on the way you lead your people.
1. Identify the impact of listening
2. Discover your listening blind spot
3. Leave with tips for listening with intention & attention
Aaron Levy, Founder & CEO - Raise The Bar
Raise The Bar is an organization focused on helping companies create high performing teams by building better leaders. Aaron is the author of the best selling book, Open, Honest, and Direct: A Guide to Unlocking Your Team’s Potential, the host of the Open, Honest, and Direct podcast, the Co-Director of Startup Grind Chicago, a Thrive Global contributor, an 1871 mentor, an ICF Certified Coach and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council. Over the last decade, Aaron has worked with over 7,500 business leaders in a variety of industries, inspiring them to define their goals, create tactical action plans, and achieve sustained success. Aaron is on a mission to transform the manager role by empowering each manager with the tools, skills, and training to be leaders of people who unlock the potential of their team.