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Episode #70 - Your Leadership Blind Spots: Part 1 Ft. Jim Haudan - Employee Engagement



Jim Haudan, founder and former CEO of Root Inc., discusses the importance of creating more human workplaces. He believes that many organizations have untapped human potential that is not fully engaged. By bringing the drama and dynamics of the business to employees and allowing them to solve challenges, leaders can unleash the talent and creativity of their people. Jim shares practical examples of companies that have successfully implemented this approach, leading to improved performance and employee engagement. He emphasizes the need for leaders to challenge their blind spots and rethink how they engage and involve their people.


Takeaways

  • Creating more human workplaces involves unleashing the untapped potential of employees.

  • Leaders should bring the drama and dynamics of the business to employees and allow them to solve challenges.

  • Companies that engage their people and involve them in decision-making see improved performance and innovation.

  • Leaders need to challenge their blind spots and rethink how they engage and involve their people.

Jim's work showcases the results of inviting employees into the conversation and fueling their natural motivation to make a difference. He encourages organizations to reimagine engaging their workforce as equal partners in crafting a future. Part two available May 1, 2024.

Episode Transcript


 

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Jim Haudan is the co-founder and chairman of Root Inc, helping organizations transform through innovative employee engagement strategies for over 25 years.

He's the author of bestsellers "The Art of Engagement" and "What Are Your Blind Spots?" on unleashing workforce potential.


A sought-after speaker on topics like leadership, strategy execution, and change management, Jim shares his insights through speaking engagements, publications, and working with top companies globally.





 
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