Joe Mull, CSP - Workforce and Leadership Keynote Speaker
- Captivating expert on workforce, leadership, and teamwork subjects
- Author of Employalty: How to Ignite Commitment and Keep Top Talent in the New Age of Work
- Programs combine humor, stories, research, and takeaways on how to find and keep devoted employees, become better bosses, and create thriving workplaces.
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Known as a dynamic, captivating speaker, Joe is a sought-after expert on workforce, leadership, and teamwork subjects. He is the author of 3 books including Employalty: How to Ignite Commitment and Keep Top Talent in the New Age of Work. Joe hosts the popular podcast Boss Better Now and his work as a leadership and workforce expert has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Newsweek, and more. Joe previously managed training at one of the largest healthcare systems in the country and has taught leadership courses at two major universities. Joe's programs combine energy, humor, stories, and rich social science research with clear, real-world takeaways on how to find and keep devoted employees, become better bosses, and create thriving workplaces.
EMPLOYALTY: HOW TO IGNITE COMMITMENT AND KEEP TOP TALENT IN THE NEW AGE OF WORK. The employee revolution is here. As workers everywhere quit, retire, or change jobs, do you really understand what leads ordinary people to become dedicated employees? In this compelling program, leadership and retention expert Joe Mull dispels the pervasive myths that are hindering hiring (Hint: it’s not all about money and it’s absolutely false that ‘no one wants to work.’) and shares the three factors that determine whether someone will join your organization, stay long term, and commit to doing great work. Participants will leave with a simple yet powerful framework for turning organizations into destination workplaces that meet the needs and values of a changed workforce.
THE GREAT BOSS FACTOR: HOW TO ACTIVATE PEOPLE AND CULTIVATE COMMITMENT. Are you engaging in the interactions that lead people at work to join, stay, care, and try? While there are dozens of things leaders have to get right to lead effectively, there are 3 specific habits that play an outsized role in triggering emotional and psychological commitment on the job. In this engaging primer on leading teams in a new age of work, Joe Mull mixes real-world stories with the latest social science research to give leaders at all levels clarity on what they must say and do to #bossbetter.
WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER: CREATING A CULTURE OF NO DRAMA TEAMWORK. Why do some teams become high-performing, close-knit, no drama workgroups and others don't? Joe Mull spent years researching this question, resulting in his book No More Team Drama: Ending the Gossip, Cliques, and Other Crap that Damage Workplace Teams. In this captivating, laugh-out-loud funny keynote, teams and leaders learn the 4 habits that improve the quality of interactions between employees at work and that transform a team of people into a band of collaborators.
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I’ve hired speakers for years - celebrities, experts, you name it. I’ve never had someone serve an audience so completely. Substance, humor, engagement, takeaways…Joe was just amazing.
Joe was FANTASTIC! Loved working and talking with him! He did a great job communicating up until the event, great job presenting and following up. We greatly appreciate working with Joe.
Joe exceeded every expectation. He is an AMAZING speaker. Our attendees loved his program. He actually gave me goosebumps.
Our attendees raved about Joe all week. He did four sessions…8 hours of programming and got a nearly perfect score. He is an amazing facilitator and made a lasting impact. We would love to have him back.
That was the best keynote I've ever seen. Usually we go to these things, we sit, we listen, and they say nothing. It's fluff just to make us feel good. Joe's program made us feel great AND gave us so much we could use right away. My boss and I sat there and loved everything about it