Close-Up Talk Radio
Press Release for
Cheryl Anne Lampshire
Wednesday, February 6th at 12pm EST
Wednesday, February 13th at 12pm EST
Wednesday, February 20th at 8pm EST
Wednesday, February 27th at 8pm EST
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Close-Up Talk Radio, (631) 421-8500
Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Cheryl Anne Lampshire
Upton, Massachusetts When telling a story, all the elements must work in harmony for the story to be truly effective and elicit the desired response.
The same is true of the work we do; business processes are simply another way of telling a story. Cheryl Anne Lampshire is an author and business consultant specializing in quality assurance and business process management and improvement.
I would describe myself professionally as a problem solver and a story teller, says Lampshire. The bigger the problem, the more interesting it is to me. I address everything as an opportunity to help people succeed because deep down everyone wants to succeed.
In the last decade, work has become so complex managers are challenged to understand what their employees actually do on a day to day basis. As a result, the modern work environment frequently fails to provide incentives for employees to emerge into leadership. According to Lampshire, the new role of a manager is to be a collaborator and a facilitator, keeping the work path free from obstacles and to create environments where ideas are freely exchanged among all team members.
Management in companies for which Lampshire consults typically know they have a problem but they usually dont know what it is. More often than not, their stories arent aligned with their culture or with desired cultural changes. They want employees to assert themselves as leaders and share their innovative ideas, but the existing business processes dont promote that kind of engagement. Lampshire will enable development and appropriate usage of communication technology channels to enable teams to feel safe and empowered such that innovation, creativity and leadership will emerge.
Respect is the only cultural value all humans share, says Lampshire. In the culture of successful, innovative teams, all the team members feel respected; they feel listened to and trust the other members of the team. When they have all of those things, they share their creativity and innovation runs.
Close-Up Talk Radio will feature Cheryl Anne Lampshire in a four-part interview with Doug Llewelyn on February 6th and February 13th at 12pm EST and with Jim Masters on February 20th and February 27th at 8pm EST.
Listen to the show www.blogtalkradio.com/closeuptalkradio. If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.
For more information on Cheryl Anne Lampshire, visit http://www.hearthoundstories.com
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