Jonathan discusses the value of an external perspective for assessing leadership and culture issues.
Leaders don’t have to solve problems and, in fact, it’s better if they don’t. Refound CEO Jonathan Raymond talks about how to empower teams on the Remarkable Leadership Podcast hosted by Kevin Eikenberry.
“How we are as an organization, how we treat each other as peers, how we work with our employees shows up in the customer experience.” Refound CEO Jonathan Raymond talks with Jim Rembach about how a company culture of growth and ownership can positively impact customers.
Companies know they can’t hang on to employees for 20 years any more. So instead of investing in old-fashioned “perks” that once lured people in, smart, forward-thinking businesses are investing directly in developing their people, and helping them make a difference in the world.
Jonathan and host Dave Stachowiak discuss how the Accountability Dial helps leaders have great feedback conversations with their remote teams.
How do you have an effective performance conversation during a pandemic? Jonathan introduces us to an easy to use and effective framework to provide critical feedback remotely.
Jonathan teaches what makes traditional feedback ineffective and how to articulate feedback for your team, your peers, and your seniors to drive results.
Jonathan speaks with Jon Tota about how remote teams and managers of fast-growing companies can give high-quality feedback and perform effective one-on-one meetings with employees.
Jonathan shares insights into how high performers get away with bad behavior because people are afraid of reducing their performance.
Jonathan invites leaders to imagine a world where personal and professional growth are one thing, and where improving your relationships and owning your strengths translate directly into the rest of your life.
Leaders no longer need to be the problem solvers — they need to help make space for others to solve problems.
Russ Hill interviews Jonathan on how today’s workforce wants a leader who listens, is human, helps develop employees, and doesn’t claim to have all the answers.