182 | Create a Meaning Statement and Share It ALL the Time with Jeffrey Davidson


Jeffrey Davidson is engaging, thought-provoking, and sometimes gets so excited you think he forgot to breathe. Jeffrey has been exploring the boundaries of world-class teams for over 20 years. As a recognized expert in strengthening leaders and building teams, he has worked with 100s of teams, taught thousands, and consulted with multiple Fortune 100 corporations.

A dynamic presenter, Jeffrey speaks at conferences across the United States and Canada, and audiences love his interactive, high-energy talks because they include humor and real-life stories of success … and his many brushes with failure.

Jeffrey’s goal is simple, he wants you to be outstanding … and he wants your team to be even better.

In This Episode, Jeffrey Reveals …

  • The UNASKED questions every employee needs answered … things like:
    • Does this job have meaning and what is it?
    • How do we know we’re working on the right stuff?
    • What’s your definition of success?
  • The first thing a busy manager should do to turn their team from MEH to STAND-OUT … it’s about creating and sharing a meaning statement.
  • How to connect with your team, outside of an annual performance review, in a clear, positive manner – where you constructively share with them what they can build upon, and where they can refocus.
  • How creating a culture where your team asks for feedback from other teammates and their boss on a weekly basis makes them more receptive to it.

Resources & Links

Jeffrey Davidson

Leading Great Teams

  • Website
  • Twitter
  • Email: events@GreatTeamsLtd.com
  • Phone: (972) 965-1830
  • Address:
    2628 Rolling Mdw
    Carrollton, TX 75010
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