Have you ever wondered about the balance between empowering employees and maintaining control as a leader? Get your answers as we have an enlightening conversation with Kristen Hadeed, author of Permission to Screw Up and Leadership Thought Leader. Kristen takes us on her leadership journey, a journey that began when she was 21 and saw 45 of her employees walk out on her, a pivotal event that reshaped her leadership approach. She shares how this experience transformed her into an advocate for fostering an environment of trust, empowerment, and psychological safety.


What if your team could solve problems without micromanagement? Would it be more effective? Kristen takes a deep dive into these questions and unravels the delicate balance between supporting employees and giving them ownership of their work. She also shares her insights on how to avoid micromanagement and the impact it can have on your team's morale and your own wellbeing. At the heart of her message is the importance of cultivating a culture of trust that encourages constructive feedback.


Can vulnerability be a game-changer in the workplace? Let's find out from Kristen's personal experience. She unveils how her honesty and vulnerability with her team not only led them to trust her but also gave her a second chance. Listen in as she passionately talks about the value of fostering an environment of vulnerability in the workplace. You'll learn the importance of striking a balance between guiding and supporting employees and giving them ownership of their work. It's time to explore the creation of human workplaces where vulnerability is embraced. This episode is loaded with wisdom, practical advice and a fresh perspective on leadership. Don't miss out!

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