EP 86: Secrets to an Engaged Workplace with Jason Treu

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Show Notes:

Randy talks with Business and Executive Jason Treu about workplace engagement. Justin has worked with Silicon Valley royalty and Fortune 500 companies. He says disengaged workers are costing the economy $550 billion in lost productivity.

About Jason Treu

Graduated with law degree and Masters in Communications from Syracuse University

Spent seven years in Silicon Valley working with transformational leaders such as Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban, Mark Hurd and others at companies such as Apple, HP, Microsoft, Oracle, Pixar, Yahoo! and many others
Helped clients meet top influencers such as Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Tim Cook, Peter Diamandis, Chris Anderson and others
Wrote a #1 best seller, Social Wealth, that’s been #1 in four business categories on Amazon, and sold over 40,000 copies
Been a guest expert on more than 400+ podcasts, radio, and TV shows in the past year
Studied and learned hands-on from the top experts in the world such as Tony Robbins, Marie Forleo, Mastin Kipp, and Brene Brown, and at leading institutions such as Harvard, University of California Berkeley and Ken Blanchard Companies
Has helped clients generate over a billion dollars in wealth over the past three years.

Find out more about Jason at jasontreu.com

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