Hamza Khan is a best-selling author, global keynote speaker, and respected thought leader whose TEDx talk “Stop Managing, Start Leading” has garnered nearly two million views. He is trusted by prominent organizations such as Microsoft, LinkedIn, and Salesforce to optimize performance and enhance human potential, and has been featured in notable media outlets like VICE and Business Insider. As the Co-Founder of SkillsCamp, Hamza aims to empower organizations to thrive in the future of work through soft skills training, and regularly shares actionable insights on leadership, resilience, and productivity.
In this episode, we cover a wide range of topics, including ego, productivity, and journaling. We also dive into Hamza’s latest book, “Leadership, Reinvented,” which focuses on fostering empathy, servitude, diversity, and innovation in the workplace. As a co-founder of a leading soft skills training company, Hamza brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this discussion, making it both practical and engaging.
This conversation will leave you feeling motivated and inspired to take your own leadership skills to the next level. Enjoy!
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Links Worth Exploring
- Connect with Hamza : Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn
- Buy Hamza’s book Leadership, Reinvented: How to Foster Empathy, Servitude, Diversity, and Innovation in the Workplace
- Watch Matthew McConaughey Dude’s Journal
- Related Conversation: What Great Leaders Possess with Kevin Kruse
- Related Blog Post: The Benefits of Journaling for Time Management and Productivity
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