Why The CEO of IHOP & Applebee’s Says There is No Substitute For Hard Work & How He Leads Different Generations At Work
Do you swear by hard work in your career? The concept of 'hard work' varies among generations, yet leading with the same approach to fulfill your goals and deadlines remains significant
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Hard work is going that extra step, doing the right thing, and showing that you aren’t just ambitious…but carry the achievements to back it up.
The workplace will always be represented by the many generations of workers whom may look at ‘hard work’ differently, but they still need to achieve the goals in front of them the same.
This will never change.
In today’s discussion, I sit down with John Peyton, the CEO of Dine Brands which is the parent company behind IHOP, Applebees and Fuzzy’s Taco Shop. We will discuss what hard work looks like in the workplace today and how it is perceived by different generations.
You Will Learn:
The definition of ‘Hard Work’ and how to stay motivated in the workplace
How to implement work ethic amongst different generations of employees
Managing work-life balance, employee expectations and workplace flexibility
Challenges & solutions to working remotely
Implementing workplace policies and managing differing employee power
How to manage your career expectations at work
Listen or watch the full discussion below:
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