Getting to Know You

If your employees don’t feel like you care about them, chances are good they are not as engaged as they could be. In this episode, Lisa Ryan gives you three strategies to get to know your employees and create an emotional connection with them.
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Meet Lisa Ryan

Lisa RyanLisa Ryan is a best-selling author and award-winning speaker who brings real world insight, a high content message, and immediately actionable ideas to her fun, inspirational and engaging programs. Focusing on workplace culture, employee engagement, and gratitude strategies (“Grategies”) for personal and professional transformation, Lisa’s down-to-earth approach and willingness to share best practices have proven to be a winning formula. Her high energy, enthusiasm, sense of humor, and passion for what she does makes her the ideal speaker for your upcoming conference, leadership retreat, or professional development workshop.

As Chief Appreciation Strategist at Grategy, Lisa Ryan brings more than twenty years of experience to her clients and audiences. She helps organizations keep their top talent and best customers from becoming someone else’s by instilling principles which build stronger emotional connections between the organization and its employees and clients. An added benefit is that her approach is transferrable to personal relationships and situations as well.

Ryan is a best-selling author of eight books and costars in two films. She holds an MBA from Cleveland State University and is the President of the National Speakers Association, Ohio Chapter. She has been blissfully married to Scott since 1996 and they are the proud parents of three very spoiled cats.

To learn more about Lisa Ryan, visit Grategy and connect also on Facebook, Linked-In and Twitter.

  1. Great presentation! I find that my clients tend to leave companies not so much over money, but because they weren’t SEEN. Lack of appreciation, transparency and respect lead to increased turnover.

    • Thanks Gretchen! So nice to see that after all these years, we’re still connected. Your coaching made a difference in my career and my life. I appreciate you!

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