Jason Lauritsen

Inspire Your Audience. Empower Your Managers. Engage Your Employees.

Work is a relationship,
not a contract.

We need to start treating it that way.

To engage employees, we need to make work feel
like a healthy relationship.

I can help.

Jason Lauritsen - Book - Unlocking High Performance
Inspire Your Audience. Empower Your Managers. Engage Your Employees.

The way we manage work isn’t working.

EMPLOYEES AREN’T ENGAGED AND ARE MOVING ON.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

How it
works

1. Schedule a call
2. Have a conversation
3. Get a proposal

About Jason

Jason is keynote speaker, author, and employee engagement expert who has dedicated his life to helping leaders create more human-friendly workplaces. His diverse background as a human resources executive, entrepreneur, and Best Places to Work researcher have equipped him with a powerful and unique perspective on work. He is a human catalyst who will challenge you to think differently.

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“When it is all on the line, relationships are what save the day.   Those relationships have to survive extant culture, inevitable change, and rapid evolution of the environment, and Jason understands that investment in today’s leaders are tomorrow’s relationships. Investing in Jason was an investment in not only my leaders, but in those relationships that will follow.”

Jeremiah W. Baldwin, Colonel, USAF
Commander, National Airborne Operations Center and
595th Command and Control Group

NEWSLETTER

The Human-Friendly Workplace Podcast hosted by Jason

Tim Sae Koo

Culture, core values, transparency and feedforwards

Graham Moody

Culture in times of growth and servant-based leadership

Mitch Martens

Creating engagement and loyalty by giving back to employees

Colleen Fuller

Applying the tools of agile development in HR to drive success

Kristofor Lofgren

The power of purpose in attracting and retaining talent

Tony Levitan

Creating value structure that transcends cultures