Team work. Team building. Team player. Successful organizations know that business is not really a game to be won or lost. But to achieve success, everyone must use many of the same principles found on our playing fields today. In this presentation, Jason Young goes beyond the buzzwords to expose the keys that help people work together as a team to achieve real success. By developing goals, your team will create shared initiatives out of trust and mutual respect for one another. That active collaboration will lead to employee empowerment and organization momentum. You’ll discover how your All Stars can raise the bar within your organization without alienating your other players while creating an environment that rewards risk taking. From base hits to home runs, everyone plays their part to attain victory.
Jason Young teaches that leaders develop, motivate and empower people to achieve extraordinary results while providing vision and guidance throughout the entire process. Truly smart leaders know that is more than a mere statement of fact, but rather a personal and professional challenge to be met everyday. Faced with two choices – lead smart or die – they’ll know what to do to achieve your organization’s success. They will find out the new definition of becoming a person of influence and how that applies to everyone in your organization. Your leaders will hear how organizing talent to build effective teams creates an incredible workplace culture and how applying successful coaching skills will help your teams excel. They’ll learn how to handle change – for better or worse – and how effective disagreement management can enhance team productivity.
Southwest Airlines has given the business world a textbook example that providing fabulous customer service and maintaining high employee morale in a low-cost environment is possible – and indeed profitable in Corporate America today. But what’s the real story? As a key developer of Southwest Airlines’ legendary positively outrageous customer service and leadership training programs, Jason Young knows that great culture does not just happen. A customer service initiative can be created and nurtured to flourish into a customer service culture. Beyond the headlines and the hype, Jason shares the real inside story behind the success of the company consistently rated No. 1 in customer service and employee satisfaction. Best of all, you’ll learn how you can take these proven organizational principles to your team or company. You won’t want to miss this inside edition from the man who knows it best.
As the competition continues to heat up for goods and services, organizations today struggle with levels of customer service that will create satisfied and loyal customers. During this powerful presentation by Jason Young, you’ll find out what outrageous customer service can really do for your bottom line. Discover the meaning behind customer-defined? service and how that may very well separate you from your competitors. Learn to make the most of those moments of truth that face your organization to leave a legacy of service. Identify the sources of service breakdowns and what it really takes to make a clear path to recovery. You’ll discover that your commitment to service excellence can help your organization make a name for itself and leave its mark. You’ll never view the value of a customer the same!
Based on his experience as an insider at famed Southwest Airlines and consultant to dozens of other Fortune 500 companies, Jason Young offers a dramatically different approach to creating and sustaining a high performance workplace. His solution for companies is to create an organizational culture where employees can do their best work and one that will produce the desired performance outcomes in productivity, profitability, employee retention and customer satisfaction. The key is intentionally identifying and developing the essential factors that impact performance for any organization: leadership principles, management practices, team alignment and employee behavior. These are the elements that truly define organizational culture and that have the greatest impact on results.