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Jill shares why some many businesses who promote highly educated professionals into management end up with micromanagers instead of leaders.
Leaders do whatever it takes to make their teams thrive. One key component of that is creating an environment where everyone (every single employee) feels valued and appreciated.
Jill talks about her C.A.R.E. Leadership model.
People want to be valued and appreciated for the work they do.
Hear about Jill's dream to make every company a place where everyone wants to come to work every day.
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Today I'm speaking with Jill Hunter, who worked in a challenging environment as a pharmacist for a company that valued only numbers. Employee morale was very low and the idea of empathetic leadership was a pipe dream.
Jill began her new journey as a response to her situation. She works with business leaders with companies driven by KPIs, and helps them lead with empathy instead of fear and micromanagement.
Replay of Livestream interview with Workzbe's Emily Elrod originally broadcast on March 31, 2020
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