Entrepreneurs on top of their game have learned to be the masters of delegation. In one interview, Bill Gates told Harvard students, "If you want to have an impact, usually, delegation is important." If you’re having difficulty delegating, you’re not alone. Gates said that his inability to share responsibility is his biggest weakness. But he had to learn to let go, because it was hurting the progress of Microsoft in its early days.
We recently sat down to talk with Claude Silver, one of the speakers for our upcoming live event on Wednesday, September 26th – IAMPHENOM The Virtual Experience. If you don’t know her already, Claude is the Chief Heart Officer at Gary Vaynerchuk’s company headquartered in NYC, VaynerMedia. She will be speaking on a panel discussion with other CHROs beginning at 1:35PM ET to talk best practices for engaging employees.
IAMPHENOM The Virtual Experience (IAMPHENOM VX) is comprised of 16 speakers from around the globe who will spread their knowledge around all aspects of HR and talent acquisition. Of those 16 is Indeed’s Global Brand Ambassador and Employer Brand Specialist, Kaishon Holloway. I sat down with him to pick his brain, and learn more about what makes Kaishon, Kaishon.