Kristen Hadeed is the author of the new book "Permission to Screw Up: How I Learned to Lead by Doing Almost Everything Wrong." In college, Kristen accidentally founded a business, Student Maid, a successful cleaning company that hires only students. Those early moments in her business life created the foundation that she uses today in business and life.
Kirsten imagines a world in which all organizations have cultures that power people to keep climbing towards the best version of themselves. Kristen has fostered a unique perspective on leadership, organizational culture and engaging the next generation. Her first TED talk has received more than two million hits on YouTube.
Topics discussed in today's episode include:
How Kristen accidentally started a business because she wanted to buy a pair of designer jeans.
Why 75% of her employees quit and how it was one of her greatest learning experiences.
The value of vulnerability in life and in leadership.
Why your job is not your purpose.
The importance of giving yourself permission to fail forward.
Kristen's perspective of millennials that can help you relate and understand the generation.
Kristen's tips for millennials to make a bigger impact in the workforce and in the world.
Pick up Kristen's new book at www.amazon.com/Permission-Screw-Up-Learned-Everything-ebook/dp/B06VXGMCZD/
Learn more about Kristen at kristenhadeed.com
Find Kristen on Instagram at @kristenhadeed
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