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Coach Chat: Running the Steps
ARE MY EMPLOYEES DISENGAGED?

Visualize the scene from the movie “Rocky” where Rocky Balboa took a victory run to the top of the steps in celebration. What does “running the steps” look like to become a champion in your organization?

In this coach chat, we will start with what "running the steps" should look like and then discuss the warning signs of poor morale at work. What are the factors that cause decreasing morale and do you experience the factors in your organization?

Join Dr. Gayle Juneau-Butler and Nannette Johnston on Tuesday, November 10, at 3:30 p.m. CT to learn four action steps to help boost team morale and “run the steps” like a champion.
1. Define the cause of disengagement
2. Connect work to meaningful outcomes
3. Make sure the right people are in the right seats
4. Let work be fun where appropriate

During this free virtual chat, you’ll have the opportunity to ask Dr. Juneau Butler and Nannette questions and interact with other leaders to see how they're channeling their inner Rocky to run the steps and become champions within their organization.

Nov 10, 2020 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Gayle Juneau-Butler
Leader Coach @Studer Education
Gayle brings her expertise in building improved outcomes to help partners accomplish increased student success in retention, progression, and completion. She also works with school districts to build leadership strengths and develop strategic plans. All of Gayle’s leadership positions have been inaugural positions. She has been able to harness her expertise, leadership experience, and collaborative teamwork to accomplish success where it matters most to the students and institutions which she served. See Dr. Juneau-Butler's full bio at https://www.studereducation.com/gayle-juneau-butler/
Nannette Johnston
Leader Coach @Studer Education
Nannette works as a trusted advisor to PK-12 school district leaders in Kentucky. She has shared her expertise in building continuous improvement processes to help her partners transform their schools and improve outcomes for the students in their communities. Positive culture, community partnerships and collaboration were trademarks during Nannette’s tenure as superintendent. In 2015, Nannette was invited to attend a conference with Studer Education. Nannette was impressed with the continuous improvement work. Following retirement, Nannette was determined to bring Studer Education opportunities to school districts in the state of Kentucky. See Nannette's full bio at https://www.studereducation.com/nannette-johnston/