What Are Your Blind Spots?

Far too many business leaders today are using outdated practices to engage and motivate their people―and they’re failing miserably. Truly resilient, thriving organizations are those that are purpose driven and focus on more than pure profits. Purpose, or an underlying company philosophy, not only drives strategic change, but also encourages customer loyalty and employee engagement. In order to succeed, leaders must be willing to discard old ways of thinking and detrimental business habits―and recognize their blind spots.

Jim Haudan and Rich Berens, authors of What Are Your Blind Spots?, identify the five most common leadership blind spots that hamper success: Purpose, Story, Engagement, Trust, and Truth. They take you straight into the boardroom of well-known leadership teams to illustrate how these blind spots play out and the impact they have on organizations, equipping you with the tools needed for a personal leadership reset.

Listen in as Jim and Rich (Root Inc.) share what they’ve learned from working with some of the top companies in the world. You will learn how to identify and overcome your own blind spots and embrace positive, forward-thinking new practices; and discover how to increase engagement, productivity, and growth in your own organization. This is an invaluable discussion for executives, managers, team leaders, and human resource professionals looking for an effective way to engage and motivate employees at every level of an organization.

If you enjoyed this video, you may also enjoy our upcoming webinar with award-winning entrepreneur and author Bonnie Marcus, considering what the #MeToo movement means for workplace culture and politics. This movement was all over the news, internet, and social media. But what, if any, has its impact been in the workplace?

Join Bonnie and Becky Robinson on September 11th at 1 PM ET to explore the dynamic of office politics, how women can use the tools in the political toolkit to become politically savvy, and what companies can do to help support women in the workplace. Learn more and register here.

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