As the Coronavirus spreads, it brings new and unique challenges to organizations in every industry in all parts of the world. People are working in a time of tremendous uncertainty and stress.
Service Culture Support
The 12 Building Blocks of Service Culture shape the environment, experience, and enthusiasm of your team.
As the Coronavirus spreads, it brings new and unique challenges to organizations in every industry in all parts of the world. People are working in a time of tremendous uncertainty and stress. If you’re a leader in this unfolding drama, there is no clear view of the direction or duration of the crisis. The health …
Hello, if you’re watching this video, you probably know me.
I’m Ron Kaufman, author, and founder of Uplifting Service.
But do you know this man? This gentleman with the distinguished white beard.
Well, I won’t be at all surprised if you do, because he is the legendary Marshall Goldsmith.
Jeff Eilertsen offers service performance insights to address five essential service challenges every organization must successfully address. In this interview with Ron Kaufman, Jeff discusses the fifth challenge, Aligning Leadership and Service Performance.
At Uplifting Service, we help clients plan, implement, and sustain the momentum of a service culture building program. This includes a comprehensive checklist of strategic activities, including Implementation Roadmap design, Steering Committee support, Building Block innovations, Service Education customization and delivery, innovation tracking, results documentation, and more.
Why are some training programs so dull, and others so full of active participation?
What makes one trainer plod along, while another brings energy and effectiveness to each session?
In my previous blog “Gaining Buy-In for Your Culture Change” I used a smooth bell curve to illustrate how leaders can systematically convert employees from Adversaries and Defectors, to Neutral and Supporters, and ultimately to Ambassadors. Specifically, I wrote about how each group can be engaged and enrolled in the process of organizational change.
Are you a passionate but frustrated Course Leader? Here’s how to overcome it!
I recently asked a group of experienced UYS Course Leaders two questions:
1. “What is your biggest frustration as a Course Leader in your organization?”, and
2. “What are you going to do about it?”
Think of the companies in our world known for outstanding service. One thing is common across these organizations – founders and leaders who have declared service to be a top priority, and who align all other practices in the company to make it so. Senior leaders who lower the priority of service should not expect a culture of service excellence to grow.