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How To Lead In The New World Of Work

Featuring: Richard Hadden

In this podcast, we feature Richard Hadden, who is co-author, with Bill Catlette, of the popular Contented Cows leadership book series, including their latest book Contented Cows STILL Give Better Milk. Over the past 25 years, Richard has spoken for more than 2000 corporate and association audiences on five continents, and now on four virtual platforms, about how organizations make more money by creating a great place to work.

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    How To Lead In The New World Of Work
    Richard Hadden

How To Lead In The New World Of Work

  • Richard, tell us about this whole “Contented Cows” thing. What does that mean?
  • What do you find is the most important element of creating a great workplace? Is it about all the fun benefits and goodies we often read about? Or does it go deeper than that?
  • What do you see as some of the most important trends in leading and managing the workplace of today, and the future?
  • You’ve spoken on a lot of stages, both in person, and now virtually. Why do organizations hire you, as opposed to, say, someone else, to speak to their audiences?
  • Could you leave us with one tip that people can use right away to create a better, more engaged workforce?

You can learn more about Richard Hadden by visiting  You can read and subscribe to their blog, and see videos of many of their presentations. Their books, including the latest, Contented Cows STILL Give Better Milk, are available through most online booksellers.

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Richard Hadden

Richard Hadden is an author, consultant, and Certified Speaking Professional with a focus on Leadership, Employee Engagement, and Creating a Great Place to Work. After earning his MBA and managing teams in software development, he learned that very little in his background had prepared him to actually lead and engage talented people to give their best in pursuit of their organization's missions, and so he set out to study what the best leaders and employers do, to attract, retain, and get maximum productivity from the workforce. Co-author of the popular Contented Cows leadership book series, he's spoken for audiences all over the world about how they can make more money, and recruit, retain, and engage the best talent through an Employee-Centered strategy.

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