Climbing New Heights with Value-Based Leadership

  • 10 March 2023
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“One of the best ways to deal (with) and manage change and work with your people is to be open to experimentation and iteration ... being clear on the problem you are solving and having a clear understanding of the goal."

Coming hot on the heels of International Women's Day, our CEO, Felicia Bochicchio, joined Aydin Mirzaee on the Supermanagers Podcast to discuss the importance of building a 'people-first' organization.

Listen to the podcast here.

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@SnowBall1999 Yes, Felicia Bochicchio’s focus on clarity and goal-setting truly resonates, especially in the context of building a 'people-first' organization. It's encouraging to see this perspective gaining recognition, particularly after International Women's Day. Indeed, enhancing leadership skills through HRDF training can significantly contribute to fostering a people-centric culture.

Felicia Bochicchio's emphasis on clarity in problem-solving and goal-setting is spot on. Building a 'people-first' organization is crucial, and it's inspiring to hear this perspective, especially following International Women's Day. For those looking to enhance their leadership skills, exploring hrdf training can be a great way to further develop a people-centric approach.

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Thank you for sharing this insightful message! Emphasizing the importance of experimentation and iteration is indeed crucial in managing change and fostering a collaborative work environment. Felicia Bochicchio's discussion on the Supermanagers Podcast sounds like a valuable resource for understanding how to build a 'people-first' organization. I'm looking forward to listening to it. Here's to continuous learning and improvement!

Value-based leadership truly shines when leaders are open to experimentation and iteration.