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For over 10 years, Rich has had the opportunity to lead Root and its artists, designers, researchers, programmers, and MBAs in creating breakthrough approaches to change that have reached millions of people around the world.Rich has personally worked with dozens of Global 2000 organizations, including Hilton, Verizon, Masco, Petco, Procter & Gamble, Daimler, and many … Continue reading “Rich Berens”
For the second consecutive year, Root is certified by the Great Place to Work Institute, the authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures.
Values, purpose and mission should align to the work an organization does—and all the decisions made along the way
PowerPoint effectively showcases data, but it might not be an effective engagement tool or the best way to get people to care about what you're sharing.
We’ve all heard the phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words.” We have found that to be exceedingly true in business. As a matter of fact
When Root’s leaders, Jim Haudan and Rich Berens, wrote their book What Are Your Blind Spots? Conquering the 5 Misconceptions that Hold Leaders Back I was
Learn about the five leadership blind spots that perpetuate employee disengagement and discover solutions to this ever-growing problem.
Watch our on-demand webinar to answer the question, what can we do as leaders to craft a compelling strategy story that our employees care about?
Rich Berens shares insights on the leadership blind spot of story and discusses how leaders can craft a compelling story that their people care about.
When you look at the behaviors that connect to a toxic culture, truth-telling is right at the top of the list, if not at the very top.
Root Inc., the leader in organizational change, has been certified as a Great Place to Work by the Great Place to Work® Institute.
What Are Your Blind Spots? is written to help executives and managers scrutinize their approach to leadership and figure out personal blind spots
Here are three reasons executive parking spots are a clear indication that there are major barriers to change in an organization.
Leaders owe it to their people to eradiate the blind spots that are most certainly holding back their people, their business, and their cumulative success.
About the Book Far too many business leaders are using outdated practices to engage and motivate their people―and they’re failing miserably. From the author team that was focusing on workplace engagement before it was even a thing, comes a leadership book for the future. What Are Your Blind Spots? helps leaders scrutinize their approach to leadership … Continue reading “What Are Your Blind Spots?: Conquering the 5 Misconceptions that Hold Leaders Back Press Kit”
Jim Haudan, and Rich Berens of Root Inc. detail 5 leadership blind spots that hinder employee engagement and innovation in the workplace.
Root Inc. has expanded its Chicago office to support growing demand for its expertise in strategy and culture change that is fueling the Fortune 500.
Root announced a first-of-its-kind bus tour, “The Road to Change.” to take its proven, experiential creative, and fun approach to change on the road.
Root has launched a new mobile application helping organizations sustain new behaviors, values, or attitudes they want their people to demonstrate at work.
Grow the company’s Food and Hospitality practice by helping organizations understand how Root’s innovative and disruptive capabilities enable change.
The Root Integrated Learning capabilities were honored with a Silver Award in the 2017 Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Learning Awards.
Root Inc. today announced its cinematic storytelling work garnered two new Silver Telly Awards in the 38th Annual Telly Awards.
As Chairman and Co-Founder, Jim Haudan has a passion that goes beyond leading Root to success. For more than 25 years, he has been helping the world’s most influential organizations transform their business, change how they engage their people, and deliver exceptional results. Jim captures Root’s story in his bestselling book, “The Art of Engagement: … Continue reading “Jim Haudan”
When you define your future as an organization you must focus on culture, strategy and people. They are hardest to change, yet the most important.
To create employee engagement strategies that last, it takes more than a ping pong table and snacks. Here some people actually care about at work.
On September 30th, Rich Berens and I were invited to a meeting at the White House focusing on how to create sustainable business practices
Rich Berens, our company President and Chief Client Fanatic, announced he and I are writing a book on our belief that work is broken.
A people strategy is going to have a greater impact than a mere product launch. Learn why investing in your people is as important as a product launch.
There is a lot of advice out there for leaders – books, presentations, and blogs (ironic, I realize). In many cases that advice is meted out based on specific circumstances, such as going through a merger, entering a new market, or facing unprecedented economic challenges. That doesn’t even guarantee the advice will work for your … Continue reading “What Does It Mean to Be a Leader? Cutting to the Chase”