EEC 232: Performing Better Together with Jeff Hunt
Katrina Burrus interviews Jeff Hunt. Jeff has run both public and private companies, and sold, acquired, and merged numerous businesses. His expertise in employee performance management has helped clients improve engagement, experience, workforce alignment, and profitability.
- What strategies can organizations implement to improve goal achievement?
- Why is the traditional performance review broken and what should be done about it?
- How can teams change from “feedback” to “feedforward”?
- What is social capital and why is it so important for leaders?
- What are the best practices when managing remote teams?
Jeff is President & CEO at GoalSpan, a performance management software as a service and consulting company in the San Francisco Bay Area. He founded GoalSpan in 2008, where his team has been assisting SMBs to improve performance and workforce alignment since. Jeff is a Certified Management Consultant through IMC-USA and leads his company’s strategic management consulting practice.
Jeff Hunt is a CEO who identifies particularly well with challenges that peer executives face. Jeff serves on several corporate boards and is also the host of the Human Capital Podcast where he endeavors to uncover the deeply human aspect of work.
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