You already know we live in challenging times. The social contract between employee and employer has permanently changed. Trust is low. Burnout is high. People at all levels are feeling overscheduled, overloaded, and overwhelmed.
And whether it’s in-person, remote, or hybrid, what’s the number one driver that gets people to do great work? Being recognized.
It sounds simple. But it’s not easy. While 85% of leaders say they appreciate their people, only 20% of people say they feel appreciated. What gives?
For starters, it’s hard to genuinely celebrate others’ wins when you haven’t cultivated the habit of consistently celebrating your own.
Becoming a leader who is skilled at recognizing and celebrating small wins can make the difference in your relationships, well-being and performance.
At this workshop, led by Alain Hunkins, global leadership expert and author of the bestselling book “Cracking the Leadership Code” – you’ll learn:
- The hidden truths about small wins
- The brain science behind why celebrating wins is such a challenge
- How to unlock the most powerful behavioral motivator
- Simple motivational tools to start applying with yourself and others immediately
Alain Hunkins | Leadership Speaker and Author
Leadership speaker and author of Cracking the Leadership Code: Three Secrets to Building Strong Leaders.
Alain Hunkins helps high achieving people become high achieving leaders.
Over his twenty-five-year career, Alain has worked with over 2,000 groups of leaders in 27 countries, including 42 of the Fortune 100 companies. In addition to being a leadership speaker, consultant, trainer, and coach, Alain is the author of the book Cracking the Leadership Code: Three Secrets to Building Strong Leaders (published by Wiley, March 2020)
Alain is a faculty member of Duke Corporate Education and serves on the Academic Board of Advisors for the New Delhi Institute of Management. Alain’s work has been featured in Chief Executive, Fast Company, Inc., Training Magazine, Chief Learning Officer, and Business Insider. He’s also a regular leadership strategy contributor to Forbes.
Alain was recently named #33 on the Global Power list of the Top 200 Biggest Voices in Leadership for 2022 by LeadersHum. A father of two teenagers, he lives with in Northampton, Massachusetts.