What would you do if your voice was suddenly gone?
If you were the leader of a company how would you lead?
Would the people around you feel empowered to lead?
Would you ensure they succeeded?
Kevin Hancock found himself without a voice one day and had to rely on strengthening the voices of all individuals through listening, empowering, and shared leadership in order to get the work done.
Kevin Hancock is the CEO of Hancock Lumber Company, one of the oldest and best known family businesses in America. Established in 1848, the company grows trees and manufactures lumber for global distribution.
About his latest book 'The Seventh Power': “From his home in Maine to Navajo and Lakota communities in the West to Ukraine, Kevin Hancock takes the reader on a personal journey of more than 15,000 miles in which he learns to listen and empower people. The Seventh Power is an exploration of a new model of leadership in which individual voices are heard and the human spirit is celebrated. The principles that Kevin puts to work in his 171-year-old family business offer an enlightened way forward for all institutions.” —U.S. Senator Susan Collins
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