Throwback: Workplace Gamification | Rebecca Metter
Rebecca Metter is the CEO of Wambi, LLC, a digital healthcare employee recognition platform that improves patient satisfaction and safety. It’s the first gamified system that significantly increases employee engagement. In this throwback episode, Nikki revisits her conversation with Rebecca, a CEO whose mission is to create meaningful interactions between people as a way to create real and lasting change.
116: Leaders: Connect with Yourself | Tevis Trower
Tevis Trower is the CEO of Balance Integration where they have had the same mission for fifteen years: to humanize the work experience.
We all overlook getting to know ourselves better. In this episode, you’ll hear Tevis explain why connecting with yourself is the first step to engaging the people around you. To learn more about the role of introspection and how understanding the person you want to become helps an organization grow and permits others to do the same, listen to the full episode. Energize and inspire others to sharpen themselves by being introspective. Ultimately to be the person you want to be and the person you want to become.
115: Relationships Are Your Most Valuable Currency | Brian Mohr
Brian Mohr is the Co-founder of anthym, an interactive, patent-pending personal storytelling platform, leveraging the power of music to catalog some of the most meaningful and pivotal moments and memories in our lives. It’s mission? To help more people experience meaningful relationships, especially at work.
Nikki Lewallen - Gut+Science
Gut+Science explores employee engagement insights you can act on, from CEOs and leaders you can trust. Get ready for high energy interviews led by employee engagement evangelist Nikki Lewallen—ones that’ll have you rethinking what it means to build successful people-first cultures.
Nikki interviews the best leaders in the world and uncovers how they build winning cultures that attract amazing talent. Nikki dives into the science and experiences of employee engagement and shares failures and successes, uncovering all the secrets behind them. The show is fast paced and full of key takeaways that leaders can implement right away, or at least stimulate innovation through conversation.