About the Speaker Traci (Waldman) Philips.
Traci Philips is an Executive Leadership & Performance coach to visionary entrepreneurs and corporate executives. She uses her innate gift of decoding language to discover one’s purpose and blocks to help clients develop more effective thinking, communication, resolution strategies, decision-making , and leading during times of change and when the stakes are high. She is passionate about showing leaders how to create a more cohesive, cooperative experience and the environment within their workplace cultures. Her ultimate goal is to support her clients to live authentically and lead powerfully by creating more awareness about who they are, how they want to impact others , and what legacy they want to leave behind.
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Podcast Bullet points
Importance of Identifying Blind Spots: The podcast emphasizes the value of identifying and addressing "blind spots" in business leadership. This resonates with a Harvard Business Review study which found that CEOs who were aware of their weaknesses were rated as more effective by their teams.
Role of Communication in Emotional Safety: Traci Philips discusses how poor communication can erode emotional safety in the workplace. The Edelman Trust Barometer reported in 2021 that 56% of employees experience stress due to poor communication from their employers.
The Great Resignation & Disengagement: The podcast touches upon how around 15 million Americans have left their jobs, often due to feeling disengaged. Gallup's 2021 report shows that only 36% of U.S. employees are actively engaged at work, indicating a significant room for improvement.
Value Recognition & Employee Turnover: Philips talks about how recognizing the value in employees can keep them engaged. According to a study by SHRM, 69% of employees say they’d work harder if they felt their efforts were better appreciated.
Intentionality in Communication: The podcast stresses the need for leaders to be intentional in their communication. A study by Quantum Workplace found that companies with effective communication are 50% more likely to have lower levels of turnover.