Business Tips: How VaynerMedia is Using Kind Candor To Put Employees First

Business Tips: How VaynerMedia is Using Kind Candor To Put Employees First

Awesome Tip: How VaynerMedia is Using Kind Candor To Put Employees First

Work environments and company culture are extremely important to a business as the overall morale of the employees, managers, and executives play a huge factor in how successful that business can be. The problem that many businesses face is that they do not have effective ways of instilling a work culture where employees feel safe, free to speak their minds, and do not live in fear of losing their jobs. In this episode of the “GaryVee Audio Experience”, Gary is joined by the Co-Founder of Handel Group, Beth Weissenberger to discuss what a healthy work environment looks like, how to avoid bad experiences at work, the language of accountability, and more! If you like this video, subscribe to the channel for more content like this every week… Enjoy!

Beth Weissenberger is the Co-Founder and Vice-Chair of Handel Group, as one of the largest C-Suite exec coaches, she coaches Gary’s global leadership team and execs alike.

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0:00 Intro
8:02 How Beth gets new business
13:10 Implementing candor at work
15:10 Dealing with upper management insecurity
18:50 The language of accountability
21:20 Career haunting experiences
27:30 Outro

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Gary Vaynerchuk is one of the world’s leading marketing experts, a New York Times bestselling author, and the chairman of VaynerX, a modern day communications company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a contemporary global creative and media agency built to drive business outcomes for their partners. He is a highly popular public speaker, and a prolific investor with investments in companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, Coinbase, Slack, and Uber. Gary is a board/advisory member of Bojangles’ Restaurants, MikMak, Pencils of Promise, and is a longtime Well Member of Charity:Water. He’s also an avid sports card investor and collector. He lives in New York City.

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42 Replies to “Business Tips: How VaynerMedia is Using Kind Candor To Put Employees First”

  1. Thanks Gary and Beth!
    This really helped me out, I’m having a tough time with my manager right now. I keep telling myself he’s unqualified, but after watching this video I’m going to do some more self reflection and evaluate what I can do differently.

  2. regarding 18:50 – Language of Accountabillity:
    would you then say, that context is unimportant for this matter? I often encountered problems and failed timelines but OWNING it and giving context simply additional to that helped tremendously. not only can the other side/part expect and reschedule things, but both can learn and work on the symptoms or root-cause so that it won't happen again or not that severe.

  3. All of you silly managers and bosses out there watching this thinking you just gotta be nice. It's about the Benjamin's. Pay up. I don't need your understanding. Stop having that quarterly employee meeting where you brag about higher production and how you lowered wages as a percentage of sales. We're don't share you're values. Employees should always get their share.

  4. Amazing interview! I truly enjoyed this and specifically what she brings to the table and enhances what Gary needs so he can deliver these amazing media gems to everyone! That may for being a human marketing method man

  5. So glad you joined the liberal sheep and voted for Biden in 2020 Gary. Re-entry of the Paris Agreement and an America Last approach is working out great for businesses.

    Please make more videos about how you love high taxes, more regulations, focus on subjects that don’t matter to hard working Americans, increased shut downs, and how you love the liberal cancel culture.

  6. Speaking up to upper management can lead to your supervisor turning on you. That’s why people don’t want to speak up. It’s easier to stay below the radar and leave quietly. Most supervisors that I have encountered don’t care what you think, even if they’re wrong. You can always try to enlist help from higher up managers, but if they stick together with your boss, it’s best to leave.

  7. After you lose your job after listening to this clown and thinking it's a good idea to speak your mind to your boss. Make sure you post your surprise as soon as you can so I can laugh my ass off.

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