Driving Employee Engagement with Al Cini

February 28, 2022
Driving Employee Engagement with Al Cini

Happy Monday, Let's Talk Sales listeners! We're back with another fantastic guest – Al Cini!

Al Cini is the Managing Partner of BCAT Partners, LLC, which uses a brand and culture alignment toolkit to drive employee engagement and performance.  He’s a prolific speaker and facilitator, including hosting the weekly “CEO Chat” program on RVN TV.  

Based in the New York area, Al has extensive experience in project management and systems integration at organizations including Apple, GE, and NBC Universal.

Thanks for listening to Let's Talk Sales! We hope you enjoy this great conversation.

Discussion with Al Cini:

In this episode, we cover:

  • Getting employees excited and motivated about projects
  • Giving credit and acknowledgment to team members
  • Unique exercises and processes for brand and culture alignment
  • Why it's important to love what you do and to feel loved for what you do
  • Challenges (and solutions) surrounding project management

…And so much more!

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