Podcast: What Leaders Can Do to Build Trust Quickly
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Jul 16, 2019

Podcast: What Leaders Can Do to Build Trust Quickly

Lessons from Kellogg’s interim dean on establishing credibility, encouraging criticism, and empowering your team.

Interim Dean Kathleen Hagerty speaks at the Kellogg Global Hub.

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Kathleen Hagerty

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Many relish the opportunity to step into a top leadership position. But what does it mean when the leadership role you have accepted comes with an expiration date?

On this episode, Kathleen Hagerty, a professor of finance and the outgoing interim dean of the Kellogg School, reflects on her year at the helm. She shares her approach to building credibility as an interim leader, and why she’s such a big fan of criticism. (You can read more from our interview with Hagerty here.)

Note: The Kellogg Insight podcast is produced for the ear, and not meant to be read as a transcript. We encourage you to listen to the audio version above. However, a transcript of this episode is available here.

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