Paul White Speech Topics

Creating a Positive Work Culture with the 5 Languages of Appreciation
Although 90% of companies have some type of employee recognition activities, employees still report high levels of not feeling valued. Discover the difference between "going through the motions" recognition and authentic appreciation. Learn the 5 Languages of Appreciation and how to use them...
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How to Successfully Communicate Appreciation to Remote Employees
More and more American employees are working remotely and the proportion of remote workers continues to increase every year. Additionally, between 80 -90% of the U.S. workforce report they would like to work remotely at least part-time. Since we know that when employees feel appreciated, their...
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Do Generations Differ in How They Want to Be Shown Appreciation?
A lot of attention has been given to the differences across generations - their values, perspectives on work, and what motivates them. Much of this "information," however, appears to be based on individuals' observations or opinions, rather than grounded in factual data. Learn what differences...
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Not All 'Generational lssues 1 are Really Generational: Managing Disrespect & Lack of Trust
Tension among employees and managers who are members of different generations clearly continues to be an issue. As a psychologist, Dr. White has investigated the issues which seem to underlie much of the tension experienced. The answers may surprise you. In this webinar, Dr. White will discuss...
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Not All 'Generational issues are Really Generational: Managing Disrespect & a Perceived Poor Work Ethic
Tension among employees and managers who are members of different generations continues to be an issue. As a psychologist, Dr. White has investigated the issues which seem to underlie much of the tension experienced. The answers may surprise you. In this session, Dr. White will discuss the...
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How to Neutralize Negativity in Your Workplace
Negativity is rampant in the workplace today, as evidenced by increases in complaining, blaming, gossiping, criticism, cynicism, anger, conflict, even physical aggression. Why? Are employees more negative? Do managers really not care about employees? Discover where negativity comes from and what...
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Dealing with Dysfunctional Team Members
One of the greatest challenges in our work is dealing (effectively) with those with whom we work - supervisors and managers, colleagues, and customers. Blaming, making excuses, entitlement, controlling information, creating conflict, passive-aggressiveness -all are dysfunctional patterns commonly...
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Creating a Positive Work Culture Through Authentic Appreciation
In spite of the efforts made through employee recognition programs, many workplaces continue to have departments that struggle with poor morale. In some settings, cynicism and negativity continue to grow. With limited financial resources available, supervisors are frustrated, not knowing how to...
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Why Most Employee Recognition Programs Don't Work (and What to Do About It)
Although 90% of all workplaces have some form of the employee recognition program, employees still report high levels of not feeling valued. Managers and supervisors are frustrated, not knowing what to do to encourage their staff. Discover the core conditions for individuals to truly feel...
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Overcoming 3 Key Obstacles to Creating a Vibrant Workplace: Busyness, Negativity, and Difficult Colleagues
Building a healthy, vibrant workplace is challenging, largely because of the existing obstacles in place. Dr. White shares the 3 key obstacles that most organizations encounter when trying to build a positive culture: busyness, negativity, and truly difficult colleagues. Discover the factors that...
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