Showing up

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Showing up

Good morning,

Amy Errett, chief executive of the hair-color startup she founded in 2014, Madison Reed, worked for the first decades of her career in finance, management consulting, and in venture capital. Despite those industries' reputations, it was there that she carved out her signature leadership style, which she describes as "leading with love from an open heart."

If that sounds like a mushy concept to you, here’s how she describes it: "It's really true and authentic, including having to deliver bad news," she explained on Inc.’s What I Know podcast. "I love you. So I am going to tell you the whole truth, right? I am not going to have a conversation that isn't direct, open, loving, from the intent of the heart."

Read on for how Errett plans to maintain her leadership approach–even as Madison Reed uses a newly raised $33 million in venture capital to hire more than 850 more people this year.
 

Join Series Host Beatrice Dixon and Angelica Ross in Conversation

Angelica Ross of TransTech Social Enterprises is Inc.’s next guest for the Your Next Move web series. Register for the June 30 at 12 PM ET webinar.
 
 
 
Here's what else I'm reading today:
A Yale expert on three tips to nail your next negotiation. –Inc.
 
Microsoft thinks it should be easier to interrupt people during meetings, and it's kind of brilliant. –Inc.
 
In her quest to become a business coach, this founder discovered an even better startup idea. –Inc.

Reeling from competing demands from stakeholders, businesses are increasingly caught in the middle of the country’s bruising culture wars after the overturn of Roe v. Wade. –NYT
 
More and more companies have begun tracking employees. New research suggests that in some cases, that can seriously backfire. –HBR
One more thing:
Do you suffer from revenge bedtime procrastination? Try this new sleep ritual. –Inc.
 
 
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