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Success Made to Last Legends with Kevin Hancock

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Building Lives of Significance

Building Lives of Significance


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Kevin Hancock is the founder of The Business of Shared Leadership.CEO Kevin Hancock describes how losing the full use of his speaking voice to a rare neurological disorder led him to a remote Indian reservation on the northern plains, where he discovered an entire community that did not feel heard. The two events convinced Kevin that each human is here on earth in a personal quest to find and share their own unique and never to be repeated voice. Unfortunately, across time leaders have done more to restrict the voices of others than to liberate them. Kevin takes these understandings and develops and deploys a new leadership model designed to push power out – away from the corporate center – and give everyone in the organization a leading voice. The result is a high performing corporate model in which business metrics soar as an outcome of a higher calling. 


The mission of this site is to heighten RESPECT FOR ALL VOICES. If everyone on Earth felt trusted, respected, valued, and heard, what might change? He also believes that the workplace can and must become a catalyst for this transformation. The purpose of a human life is self-actualization, and this requires safe communities that embrace people as they are. This site is an interactive resource center dedicated to reinventing the fundamentals of leadership, followership, and free enterprise. Leadership in the twenty-first century must be about dispersing power and giving others a stronger voice. Followers must become leaders in order to create change from within. Every human spirit is sacred by design. Organizations must learn to free the human spirit rather than constrict, control, and direct it.“When people feel heard, not judged, they relax. When people relax, they think. When people think, they grow.”

—Kevin Hancock

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