I have always prided myself on being a great multi-tasker. I have been known to work on writing a script while listening to an employee tell me about a day out in the field. I have worked on invoices while listening to a webinar. I am writing this as I sit on an airplane traveling to a business meeting.

Most of us have been taught that it is important to get as much done as possible, to be efficient and the best way to accomplish that is to do several things at a time. In short, to multi-task.

long lever questions







Think of the questions you asked or were asked at your last company meeting. It’s likely that you heard one, if not more of the following questions:

What do you think?

Are there any questions?

What’s next?

What’s the problem?

What are the results?

What’s the agenda for the meeting?

We all want our teams to work quickly and efficiently. But, what most leaders don’t realize is the impact that company culture has on productivity in the workplace. People in their natural state are motivated. It is the job of every person within the culture to create an environment that allows employees to nurture and build their inner motivation versus trying to “motivate” people.

As a leader, you can steer change in your organization’s environment so that your employees feel motivated and empowered to work more effectively by using the “Best Ever” Culture Approach.



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