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The 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast

Ken Okel

The 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast
4 minJUN 10
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During stressful times, it’s important to understand the value of saying thank you to your employees. While you may feel the appreciation, you may not say it, simple because you’re overwhelmed with other tasks.

I think there are several reasons why now is the right time to give thanks. One is that it may result in increased employee engagement. Find out more in this week’s 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast.

As a Motivational Keynote Speaker, Ken Okel works with leaders and organizations to boost productivity, performance, and profits. At conferences, conventions, and company meetings, he engages audiences with new ways to maximize their time at work. To see a sample of his keynote and workshop presentations, visit: https://www.kenokel.com/videos/ And sometimes he leads groups in his paper hat exercise, a great way to learn about how your react to an unexpected challenge. More than a meeting…it’s an experience.

The 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast

The 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast gives you quick leadership tips that you can use on the job or in your business right away. It’s all about making you more effective and productive, and teaching you how to get more done at work, or saying thank you to your employees.

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you’ll never miss an episode of this podcast. Every week you’ll receive a quick tip designed to change the way you deal with challenges on the job. If you enjoy the 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast, subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Just click the image below.

If you like the way Ken thinks you also might enjoy his YouTube channel. While there you can check out clips of some of his professional speaking presentations and his famous Paper Hat team building exercise, which is a great way to improve employee engagement.

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