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"Can brutal honesty make you a better leader?" with Jathan Janove, J.D., Internationally Published Author

E18: “Can brutal honesty make you a better leader?” with Jathan Janove, J.D., Internationally Published Author

After years as a Labor & Employment Lawyer, Jathan Janove, J.D., knows a thing or two about toxic work environments and what it takes to avoid painful, drawn out litigations. He also knows that there’s one leadership mistake that most of us make: not listening to our people.

When you follow Jathan’s tried and true approach, you learn that sometimes one of the best listening techniques involves being brutally honest. It’s that kind of honesty that allows you to come up with a plan or even course correction, rather than an emotional roller coaster where everyone feels wronged.

Tune in to hear how you can create a win-win environment on your team…

You can connect with Jathan on the socials @jathanjanove or check out his website to connect: https://jathanjanove.com/

About Jathan Janove:

Jathan Janove is an internationally published author, most recently Hard-Won Wisdom: True Stories From The Management Trenches (HarperCollins). Jathan writes the “Putting Humanity into HR Compliance” column for SHRM, and the “Coach’s Corner” blog for Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching.

He is a frequent contributor to HR Magazine, the American Management Association and other publications. He has been quoted as an authority in publications including the New York Times and Forbes.

Jathan teaches a course at the University of California, San Diego, “From HR to CEO.” He’s a past president of the Organization Development Network of Oregon and is currently a practice leader for Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching.

He’s been listed in Inc. magazine as one of the “Top 100 Leadership Speakers.” In his prior career, Jathan was named by his state bar association as Labor & Employment Lawyer of the Year.

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