To be a manager is to be part detective. The clues are everywhere; the skill is in reading them.
Imagine a world where personal development and professional growth are one thing, where improving your relationships and owning your strengths at work translate directly into the rest of your life. Creating that company culture is not a dream anymore. In this episode, our guest is the CEO of the Refound, a leadership training company Refound, Jonathan Raymond is joining Jason Campbell in a discussion on how managers and employees should act in today’s world, and how you as a leader can create a safe space for your employees to lead with good authority.
Jonathan Raymond is the CEO of Refound, a leadership training company that helps organizations unlock high-performance through transparent conversations about growth and accountability. Jonathan spent 20 years building careers in business development and personal growth before realizing he could have the best of both worlds by starting his own company. Now, he uses those skills to advise CEOs and organizational leaders on how to create a people-first culture that drives results. His goal is to provide Refound’s clients with a partner they can trust and a program that gives managers an experience of how they can make work a better place, one conversation at a time. He is Inc. Magazine Top 100 Leadership Speaker (Inc. 2018) and the author of Good Authority, How to Become the Leader Your Team is Waiting For.
Listen out for:
- The changes Covid made to the corporate world.
- Why more people prefer to go for startups rather than big companies.
- The reason we can’t afford to make incremental changes.
- What you shouldn’t do when your team is not performing well.
- How leaders can cultivate accountability at work.
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