243: How a Leader Can Use TIME to Have Impact
Being voted a “Best Place to Work” doesn’t happen by accident. Aaron Wilmot shares what’s he learned about creating the kind of culture where people are excited to come to work and put forth their best efforts. He points out several leadership behaviors that are key to this environment, including the investment of time in getting to know people and what’s important to them.
Aaron is the Vice President of People and Talent at AgentSync, one of the Best Places to Work in Denver. Aaron has been working in the People space for nearly 20 years, and he has experience in a range of industries from Ground Handling to SaaS and a variety of stages from mature to start up.
- What a Best Place to Work looks like
- Why time, not money, is a key element in leadership
- The role of the C-suite in creating a positive culture
- Key traits Aaron looks for when hiring new employees
- The 5 expectations AgentSync has laid out for leaders