Episode 91 — Jen Nash — Author

Culture, HR Trends, Leadership Development, Talent Management

Summary

Dave is joined by Jen Nash, strategist and author of “The Big Power of Tiny Connections: How Small Interactions Spark Awesome Outcomes.” This episode of The Hennessy Report was recorded live at NEHRA’s annual conference after Jen’s appearance as the keynote speaker.

Through her research for her book, she has found that “highly engaged workforces are 21% more profitable and 17% more productive” and that “companies with connected workforces are 4 times more productive.”

In this episode Jen describes why and how you should engage your teams and urges companies who don’t see a link between dollars spent and productivity and profitability to take the leap into coaching, assessments, and more, noting “it costs us money to have disconnected staff.”

She also explains where her belief in connections came from as a child, and calls networks “the rockstar foundations of our world.”

Jen is upbeat and an amazing speaker you won’t want to miss!

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About The Guest

Jen Nash

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