Sep 16, 2021
Quote: “If we’re training these leaders and equipping them with the skills to really be collaborative problem solvers, to think deeply on the situation before acting, then that’s going to give you a higher probability of them pulling a plan together that’s going to work for the parties involved and come to a successful resolution.” Jason Cochran
Last week, we aired Part I of my conversation with Jason Cochran. If you missed it, you CLICK HERE to listen. It’s not necessary to hear it before you listen to Part II, but you’ll want to catch all the great information that was shared.
This week we continue our chat where Jason and I discuss even more great ideas about how leaders can keep their team engaged by teaching them effective leadership strategies.
Jason is a licensed psychologist of 15+ years and the co-founder of technology companies iAspire and Dulead in Indianapolis. Fascinated with the exploration of human potential, Jason has devoted his life to building scalable solutions that attract, develop, and retain talent. He also has hands-on experience working with organizations in education and business leading people, change, process improvement, and digital transformation in consulting roles.
Authentic Touch Points:
Jason devised the 4 Principles of Connection ™️ model (connecting with self, others, role, and organization) which is used to design impactful employee and leadership experiences throughout the employment lifecycle - addressing the innate needs for why people desire meaningful work in their lives. His passion is to help organizations build growth cultures where people elevate to their potential and organizations fulfill their missions in the world.
As we move toward reopening workspaces and gathering again, I encourage leaders to reach out for guidance about presenting their authentic self to develop an improved workplace for everyone with less conflict as I offer executive coaching. Click here to contact me at your convenience or click here to Chat with Roxanne!