Are you afraid of commitment?
Not the, “ I want to be with you for the rest of my life; forever and ever” type of commitment.
I’m talking about work and being committed to your job, your team and your organization.
Of course we all know the answer. It just depends who’s asking it.
If your boss comes to you and asks, “Are you committed to this organization?”, you will most likely respond with a resounding, “Absolutely!”
But between us friends? Would you be as enthusiastic? Would you be so sure?
The truth is most employees are not engaged at work. And to be fair, most companies are not committed to their employees. Ask either party and they will undoubtedly blame the other.
Companies are willing to write off just about anyone and claim it as “just business”. And employees are willing to sit at their desk unengaged and dissatisfied until something better (or anything) comes along.
It’s a problem.
It’s a problem for the business and the people who work there.
But there’s an easy-ish fix.
You take inspiration from the military and create a shared vision people are willing to commit to.
To help you do this, you’ll hear from Chris Hallberg.
On This Episode
Chris is a military veteran, entrepreneur and business coach nick named, The Business Sergeant.
He draws on his experience in the U.S. National Guard and work as a correctional officer to give action packed advice on how to change your organization for the better.
As you can imagine from someone named “The Business Sergeant”, Chris has a no nonsense approach to addressing the many issues plaguing businesses today.
But, and he promises, his approach doesn’t include yelling or dreaded push-ups.
Instead, it’s about understanding who you are, what you value and backing up what you say with action.
What You’ll Hear
- How working at an underground maximum security prison taught Chris how to communicate effectively
- Why you must decide if you want to “opt-in” to your company or unsubscribe
- How to determine the core values of your company
Tune into the podcast to hear Chris talk about the importance of camaraderie, values and commitment. Pick-up his latest book, The Business Sergeant’s Field Manual: Military Grade Business Execution Without the Yelling and Push-ups
Chris Hallberg, “The Business Sergeant,” is a seasoned business consultant, turnaround expert, United States Army veteran, and author of The Business Sergeant’s Field Manual.
Ranked #9 on Inc.’s “Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts,” Hallberg possesses over 25 years of professional excellence—with his career first beginning in the military. At the age of seventeen, he joined the Army National Guard and became a sergeant within four years, leading soldiers in both dynamic and challenging environments.
After serving in uniform, he began his business career in sales and marketing and quickly rose through the ranks from sales manager to vice president. In 2009, he founded an energy efficient remodeling business whose revenue scaled to $2M+ within the first year. Hallberg then sold the company after two years of profitable operations with over 20% net profit to the bottom line. In 2014, he founded Traction Inc., a business advisory company, to focus full-time as one of 65 Certified EOS® Implementers nationally.