Kevin Hancock, CEO, author and speaker, joins us to talk about leadership, power dispersion and embracing your voice. Find out how with no known cause or cure, Kevin's voice became impaired, discover the importance of seeing employees as human bei...
Kevin Hancock, CEO, author and speaker, joins us to talk about leadership, power dispersion and embracing your voice. Find out how with no known cause or cure, Kevin's voice became impaired, discover the importance of seeing employees as human beings, how and why our society needs to move away from power collection and towards power dispersion, why, in America, tuition hikes aren't met with any resistance from the students and much, much more.
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Kevin is the author of The Seventh Power: One CEO's Journey into the Business of Shared Leadership
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KEVIN HANCOCK is an award-winning author, speaker, and CEO. Hancock Lumber Company, one of America’s oldest family businesses, is fully integrated across the forest products and building materials industries. Headquartered in Casco, Maine since 1848, the company is represented by its 565 employees who lead the activity of the business across 9 retail stores, 3 sawmills and a truss plant. The company also grows trees on 12,000 acres of timberland.