Work is a relationship,
not a contract.
Start treating it that way to engage your employees.
I can help.
The way we manage work isn’t working.
EMPLOYEES AREN’T ENGAGED AND ARE MOVING ON.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
Work can be a fulfilling experience that people love. You can make that happen. I can help.
Provocative, entertaining, and practical. My keynotes challenge traditional thinking and move people to action. Learn more.
Half and full-day leadership workshops that equip your leaders to engage employees to perform at their best. Learn more.
Practical advice and guidance for creating a better employee experience. Learn more.
Far too many people are suffering through bad experiences at work. I was one of them. After years of frustration, I discovered that it didn’t have to be this way. That is when I realized my calling: to make work human.
Whether I’m speaking, training, writing or consulting, my goal is always the same. To help people think differently about work so they can make work better. I use stories of my life experience as an entrepreneur, executive, spouse, father, and human being to make the message relatable and entertaining.
Unlocking High Performance
Unlocking High Performance illuminates how to create a work experience that feels great to employees while also supporting them in performing up to their potential. This book was written for those who know work isn’t working and are ready to do something about it.
“In Unlocking High Performance, Jason Lauritsen greets us with a hopeful, affirming message: work can be much better – more challenging and more fulfilling – if we do things a bit differently. He shows how common practices like annual performance appraisals may be holding you back – and how you can improve employee engagement and bring excitement and productivity back to the workplace.”
Daniel H. Pink, author of When and Drive
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“When it is all on the line, relationships are what save the day. Those relationships have to survive extant culture, inevitable change, and rapid evolution of the environment, and Jason understands that investment in today’s leaders are tomorrow’s relationships. Investing in Jason was an investment in not only my leaders, but in those relationships that will follow.”