The Best Place To Work + Hawk On Motivation


(Richard Millington) #1

Originally published at: https://www.feverbee.com/ronfriedman/
On Monday May 16th, you’re invited to join a webinar with Ron Friedman and I.

Ron is the author of the The Best Place To Work, my favourite book of the past year.

Ron is going to talk about what the world’s best workplaces do differently, the science of getting things done, how to motivate employees towards excellence, and the psychology behind productive work teams.

You can sign up here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4439499572157766914

My colleague Sarah Hawk recently teamed up with HigherLogic to publish a free eBook on automation and motivation. I strongly recommend you download a free copy.


(Nick Emmett) #2

Love the sound of the webinar - will it be recorded as I’m not going to be around but would love to hear what you guys talk about, I love the whole what makes companies tick topic!

And I already got @HAWK’s book - it’s great!


(Laura Loomis) #3

This webinar was fantastic. Good tips, plus reinforcement for ideas I’ve been considering how to bring to my management. The concepts of building friendships at work and rewarding failure are good ones to explore for my group. thank you!


(Anne Bates) #4

This was a great presentation! Will a recording be available? (I’d like to take some additional notes)


(Richard Millington) #5

Hi everyone,

Just doing the editing and uploading now. It should be up by tomorrow for
you all.

Really glad you enjoyed it. The feedback on this one was terrific.

  • Rich

(Richard Millington) #6

@Nick_Emmett @Laura_Loomis @Anne_Bates.

Video is now up here: https://feverbee.wistia.com/medias/lcswg0sybb

Enjoy :slight_smile:


(Sarah Hawk) #7

As a bonus, if you download Ron’s video (which I highly recommend – it’s gold!) we’ll send you a link to John Stepper’s webinar “Working Out Loud” which is about creating an environment of collaboration and knowledge sharing.


(Nick Emmett) #8

Awesome, I love John Stepper’s work - Working Out Loud was the back bone of what I was doing in my first internal community project, really awesome! thank you :slight_smile: