How To Boost Your Bottom Line Through Employee Empowerment

March 6, 2023

Episode 138


Why Putting Your People First Matters

If you're a business owner, then you know that happy employees = happy customers (and a happy owner/stockholders!)

Mike's guest on the podcast today is a fellow tech nerd, Bryan Howard, of Mercury Performance Group, and he believes that everything in a company revolves around its people.

He says that every person in an organization has unique superpowers and those superpowers often lie dormant until they're given the opportunity to shine.

Bryan has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Chase, Wells Fargo, GE Aviation, and many others. But what really sets him apart is his ability to quickly diagnose and solve any problem that comes his way.

He's known as a “fixer,” and today, he’ll share his M-Factor toolkit and a diagnostic quiz that will help you identify how well you and your company are performing.

He’ll also talk about the 10 big things that can destroy a company and how to avoid them, along with his insights on lawsuits, compliance, employee turnover, bad managers, workplace conflict, and more.

And bonus… he's using some of the coolest new tech to build out his training systems and deliver his IP at record speeds.

If you want to find out how your organization stacks, make sure to listen to the whole podcast, grab a notepad and take the quiz.

Key Takeaways

  • (02:42) The Inchworm Effect
  • (12:34) The eight things that can make or break an organization
  • (15:46) The 10-question diagnostic tool
  • (38:10) The importance of employee engagement
  • (45:48) How Bryan is using advanced technology to accelerate what he’s doing

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