Positive Changes in Behavior are Brought About by Great Leaders.
Great leadership is an essential element in developing team members who care about the progress and prosperity of the company they work for. Bill Sims, Jr is a dynamic leadership speaker and creator of leadership development workshops. Bill’s approach to leadership and behavior change is thought provoking and inspiring on many levels. Our on-site leadership development workshops help you harness the remarkable power of positive reinforcement that great leaders are known for.
We also offer online leadership development workshops that will provide you with everything you will need to begin seeing measurable changes in behavior immediately.
The Green Bean Leadership Program is built on over 30 years of implementation in organizations worldwide. Bill has developed behavior change systems for more than 1000 companies worldwide. Companies like Disney, DuPont, Ford and Coca-Cola, to name a few. Learn how these principles of leadership, safety and employee engagement can be applied in your own workplace to produce positive changes in behavior.
Become a Behavior Change Leader
Green Beans & Ice Cream analyzes over 100 years of research in the field of human behavioral science, and compares it to “real world, in the trenches” true stories that Sims recounts.
Change the way that you think and lead with on-site Leadership Development Workshops. These workshops reveal a proven process of leadership that have helped hundreds of firms improve human performance for over 30 years.
Based upon the laws of human behavior and over 100 years of scientific research, your team will learn best practices that will help you secure dramatic improvements in your own organization immediately.
This award-winning leadership development workshop has received high marks at major industry conferences in Australia, Greece, South Africa, the American Society of Safety Engineers and many others. Learn how R+ systems are rapidly generating measurable employee performance improvements for companies worldwide.
In this video workshop, Bill Sims presents case studies and the problems in traditional thinking about safety incentive programs.
- How years of rehearsing bad behaviors have triggered some of the highest profile accidents.
- How ORKIN reduced injuries & vehicle crashes by 41% and saved $1.7 million, how ARB Construction saved $1.6 million in one year and Salem Carriers saved over $2 million with a 90% reduction of lost time injuries.
- Practical steps you can take right now to improve your program.
Bill Sims, Jr., is President of The Bill Sims Company, Inc. For more than 40 years, the Bill Sims Company has inspired leaders and created behavior change systems that have helped large and small firms to inspire better performance from employees and increase bottom line profits.
Quality customer service is an integral part of any business. If your employees can’t make your customers happy, chances are the customers won’t come back. To make sure they do, it requires employees to move beyond simple compliance of workplace rules and become truly committed to the jobs that they do at your restaurant.
The first step in cultivating committed employees is to becoming a committed leader. True positive reinforcement needs to be individualized and delivered immediately after an employee does something right. That way, the employee will be more likely to repeat those behaviors in the future. If an employee demonstrates stellar customer service work, or goes above and beyond to make a guest or client happy, they should be recognized for that. And this goes for everyone on staff. Consider them your internal customers. Yes, they are doing their job and that’s what they’re paid to do, but studies show that a paycheck is not as big a motivator as feeling like you are making a difference at work. Bosses who think they don’t need to tell their employees they are doing a good job are not fully engaging them. When it comes to engagement, every company has just three kinds of workers: Non-Compliant, Compliant, and Committed. Here’s what each looks like:
Non-Compliant: “I will not follow your rules because I am convinced the only way to get high production is to take risks and shortcuts.” Compliant: “I will follow your rules as long as someone (a manager, a supervisor, or a peer observer) is standing there watching me. But when that person leaves, I’ll take more risks and shortcuts.” Committed: “I will follow the rules, when nobody is watching. This is who I am…..” That ultimate level of employee engagement is commitment. What I’ve learned from helping so many companies is that without positive reinforcement, your employees will be less committed. With less committed employees, you are getting less performance from your team than you could be and your restaurant culture will suffer. But if you use positive reinforcement to cultivate engaged workers, all aspects of their work, including their treatment of restaurant customers, will improve.
Learn More about Green Bean Leadership:
1). Employee Recognition Is As Important As A Paycheck (http://greenbeanleadership.com/employee-recognition-is-as-important-as-paycheck/)
2). How To Change Employee Behavior
3). Leadership Development Systems (http://greenbeanleadership.com/leadership-development-systems/)
4). How To Get Results From Employees
5). Positive Reinforcement Systems For Leadership Development
6). How To Design A Business For Success
7). Leadership Development Workshops