September 14, 2021

TribePod: How To Find Business Behaviors That Matter Most

In this episode of TribePod, Jim Stroud chats with Kerry Goyette about guiding business behavior and how artificial intelligence is shaping the world of work today and on into the future. Some of the topics we discussed...

How to find the behaviors that matter most for your business--do you know if you're focusing your time, energy, and resources on the right areas?  How humans can work WITH AI, instead of being afraid of it.  What does AI need to look like moving forward?  How to build culture in a #WFH environment

Tune in NOW for a very informative interview. 

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Kerry Goyette works at the intersection of AI, emotional intelligence, leadership development, and neuroscience research. She is the Founder and President of Aperio Consulting Group, which uses workplace analytics and research-based strategies to build high-performance teams. Kerry has consulted for organizations around the world and has given keynotes at the Global HR Inside Summit in Austria and the 2018 Best Employers Awards in Barbados. Her TEDx Talk “Stop Trying to Motivate Your Employees," which has been viewed more than a million times, tackles the well-intentioned, but often unsuccessful methods leaders use in employee engagement.  

Kerry’s book, The Non-Obvious Guide to Emotional Intelligence, was selected as a best book by Forbes magazine. Her work has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, CEO World Magazine, Inc., CNBC Make It, BNN Bloomberg, and Entrepreneur magazine. She is a Certified Professional Behavior Analyst, Certified Forensic Interviewer, and serves on the University of Missouri MBA Advisory Board. Kerry uses the newest innovations and AI technologies to link behavior to business outcomes.

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