Join Todd Davis for a series of complimentary pre-recorded webcasts, highlighting some of the most popular concepts from his new book, Get Better: 15 proven Practices to Build Effective Relationships at work. Watch the recorded webcasts below.
Join Todd Davis for a series of complimentary pre-recorded webcasts, highlighting some of the most popular concepts from his new book, Get Better: 15 proven Practices to Build Effective Relationships at work.
Introduction of the 15 Practices that shape the book with an in-depth look at the first practice, Wear Glasses That Work.
Wear Glasses That Work is the first practice for a reason, it equips readers with the mindset to question how they view themselves, situations, and other people. By wearing glasses that work, readers will be able to change ineffective or inaccurate opinions and see multiple solutions to any problem.
An in-depth look at Practices 2 & 3 from Get Better, ‘Carry Your Own Weather’ and ‘Behave Your Way to Credibility.’
When you Carry Your Own Weather, you take control of your reactions to outside circumstances as opposed to being controlled by them. When you realize that your reaction is a choice, you can make better choices and increase your ability to positively influence others.
An in-depth look at Practices 4 & 5 from Get Better, ‘Play Your Roles Well’ and ‘See The Tree, Not Just The Seedling.’
When you juggle the numerous roles in your life, success in one area typically comes at the expense of another area. By playing your roles well you bring balance to your life and continually build influence in your most meaningful relationships.
An in-depth look at Practices 6 & 7 from Get Better, ‘Avoid the Pinball Syndrome’ and ‘Think We, Not Me.’
When you go from one urgency to the next, you often finish the day without having accomplished anything of real value. By avoiding the pinball syndrome, you recognize the difference between urgent and important, and make decisions accordingly.
An in-depth look at Practices 8 & 9 from Get Better, ‘Take Stock of Your Emotional Bank Accounts’ and ‘Examine Your Real Motives.’
When you take stock of your emotional bank accounts, you know what is important to other people. You find it easy to apologize and to admit it when you are wrong and you gain the trust of important relationships around you.
An in-depth look at Practices 10 & 11 from Get Better, ‘Talk Less, Listen More’ and ‘Get Your Volume Right.’
When you talk less and listen more, you listen to understand, not just to reply. People can trust you not to interrupt and to fully understand the situation before you offer solutions. Your ability to influence grows and you gain the chance to be influenced by others.
An in-depth look at Practices 12 & 13 from Get Better, ‘Extend Trust’ and ‘Make it Safe to Tell the Truth.’
You don’t need to manage everything and everyone. When you extend trust, you gain the passion and engagement of others and maximize the opportunities for great relationships. Gain key insights about your impact on others, make it safe to tell the truth and earn rapport with people.
An in-depth look at Practices 14 & 15 from Get Better, ‘Align Inputs With Outputs and ‘Start With Humility.’
Consistently achieve your desired results and replicate them
when you align inputs with outputs. Expend less effort for
better results and don’t second-guess yourself.
When you start with humility, you are able to put all of the practices in Get Better to work for you.