@jasontreu shares what it takes to bring out the best in a team, including tips on building trust with employees and driving them to succeed.💪🌟💯
Jason Treu has worked with some of the best leaders in modern business – people like Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban, and Reed Hastings. He helped them unlock hidden potential within their organizations, and he can do the same for you and your real estate team. On today’s podcast, Jason shares what it takes to bring out the best in a team, including tips on building trust with employees and driving them to succeed. Listen and learn how to create company culture that cultivates commitment and excellence at all levels.
Listen and learn from today’s podcast!
Jason’s brief bio [2:55]
Why team leaders must invest in themselves [4:58]
The core components of trust [6:44]
How to create a caring atmosphere [9:22]
The key to building trust [11:56]
What drives committed employees [15:17]
One vitally important question to ask each team member [17:42]
A great way to give constructive feedback [21:54]
Ways to brainstorm more effectively with your team [24:55]
Jason’s donation to the Agent Success Toolbox [31:30]
On the School of Thought Podcast we play my team building card game #cardsagainstmundanity. The host of show came from Los Angeles to Dallas and we played the game in my condo (with a mimosa and my Jack Russell and better half, Angie). See how it works live. 12,000 people are using it. Short 20min episode.
Here is what Ryan Cowden, podcast host, had to say:
“Hi everyone! This is just a reminder to check out an extra special bonus of the School of Thought Podcast! This week Jason and I play his card game Cards Against Mundanity. In this special episode, Jason talks about the research that went into the game and how he uses it to create community between coworkers. Then we dove in and played it for real. If you want to create the same openness and dialogue in your classroom I think this is a great place to start.”
Jason Treu is an executive coach who works with leaders, managers, and teams to maximize engagement, trust, teamwork and performance.
He is the author of Social Wealth, guide to building business relationships.
He created a game called Cards Against Mundanity, which he has used to help teams at Google and other organizations build better relationships in the workplace. More than 12,000 employees have played it.
Jason debuted this card game in a TED Talk in 2017. He’s a team building expert.
EGGS 100: JASON TREU – EXECUTIVE BUSINESS COACH AND TEAM BUILDER
This week on Eggs we have special guest Jason Treu. Jason Treu is an executive business coach who works with leaders, entrepreneurs, and rising start-ups to maximize their leadership potential and performance. With more than 60,000 copies sold, he is the best-selling author of Social Wealth, a how-to guide on building an extraordinary business. Jason also hosts a podcast called Executive Breakthroughs, where game-changing CEO’s, entrepreneurs, and experts are invited to share their breakthroughs and breakdowns. This conversation was super valuable and contains a lot of practical nuggets that will help you understand the importance of people in your business and life.
“I just wanted to say thank you so much for coming on the show. We actually used your card game in one of our professional development sessions with teachers a few months back and it went really well. Your episode has been doing really well. I have gotten rave reviews from my audience with many feeling as if they received great coaching during your episode.”
Host of The Startup Life Podcast & Owner of Owls (an education consulting firm that tailors professional learning and instructional content to help school and district leaders improve the way teachers and students learn, interact and perform.)
Train Your Business Team Like the Navy SEALs w/ Jason Treu on the B2B Revenue Podcast. http://b2brevexec.libsyn.com/train-your-business-team-like-the-navy-seals-w-jason-treu
If you want to be a good leader, take accountability for finding the potential in people and developing it.
I recently interviewed Jason Treu, an executive coach who focuses on leadership.
I learned that if you want to proactively reach your team, it’s better to look at someone’s behavior pattern like a computer program. Objectively.
That’s exactly what the Navy SEALs do. They ask these questions:
– What were our intended results?
– What were the actual results?
– What went well?
– What didn’t go well?
– What did we learn from this?
– What can we implement moving forward?
It is not emotional. It’s looking at a situation objectively. They don’t place blame. It’s not about failure.
Even if everything went right, the mentality is to discover what they can get better.
It’s neither good nor bad. It’s a computer program. You have the choice to be right or you have a choice to be happy, successful, and fulfilled because the pattern that was successful then, is now sabotaging your success and eventually will crater it.
Re-training yourself to approach problems in this way is “part science, and part art.” But it can result in huge payoffs for the individual and the company.
Listen to the to the podcast link in the first comment below.