Jason Lauritsen

Jason Lauritsen is transforming management as a keynote speaker, trainer, and author. He liberates managers from outdated and inhumane practices so they can cultivate human potential at work and improve people’s lives.

  • Well-being Is the Blueprint for a Human Organization

    Well-being Is the Blueprint for a Human Organization

    You can’t talk about creating a human workplace without understanding well-being. Here Jason Lauritsen shares seven essential elements to build well-being into your employee experience.

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  • Employee Engagement Essentials Post-COVID

    Employee Engagement Essentials Post-COVID

    Jason Lauritsen unpacks what’s changed and what hasn’t for organizations that want to continue to engage employees through and beyond COVID.

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  • Using Surveys to Start a Conversation and Keep a Pulse on Your Organization

    Using Surveys to Start a Conversation and Keep a Pulse on Your Organization

    Now, more than ever, we need to focus on the fundamentals. And there is nothing more fundamental than maintaining open, honest, two-way communication throughout your organization.

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  • 3 Ways to Tap Into the Power of Progress

    3 Ways to Tap Into the Power of Progress

    We are driven by the desire to move forward, to mark and experience progress towards a desired future state. Jason Lauritsen shares three tips for recognizing progress and motivating employees.

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  • Why Inclusion is Vital to Performance

    Why Inclusion is Vital to Performance

    When there's a lack of inclusion, we keep our ideas to ourselves and all of that potential contribution is lost. Jason Lauritsen shares four ideas for building a more inclusive experience at work.

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  • All the Feels: Setting the Stage for Employee Experience

    All the Feels: Setting the Stage for Employee Experience

    Guest blogger Jason Lauritsen argues that leaders and HR practitioners are in the feelings business. How can we shape how employees feel about their work?

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