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Jason Hunt

Jason Hunt makes it easier for people to like and follow their leaders. He is the founder and CEO of Eye Squared Leadership and he has had the pleasure of working with companies large and small. Jason has been giving a CRAP since his first major leadership role, running a branch of 100 church members in outer Siberia when he was 19. Since then, he has served in a number of leadership positions, including principal of a school. He has a master’s degree in leadership, is certified by the John Maxwell Leadership Institute, is a member of the National Speakers Association, and is the author of The Other Side: 5 Rules for Leading with Influence. Jason speaks and trains on self-leadership, team leadership, and leadership of other across all industries, but he has a passion and love for those in manufacturing. Jason lives in Minnesota, USA with his wife, four kids, and six chickens.

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