Your team matters more than you know, and as a leader, you’ll have to play a more direct role in ensuring the team works well together. One of the most important roles is helping them improve their confidence. Part of the ways on how to build a confident team is to empower them and build them up emotionally. Today we ask our guest, Brett Stevens, founder, and CEO of FOHSE, Inc., to join us for a conversation on how to build a confident team. Inc Magazine ranked his company #19 on the 2022 Inc 5000 list with 14,708% 3-Year Growth. Fohse, Inc. is a rising star in indoor horticulture lighting application and research. They are the leading manufacturer of high-performance LED grow lights designed for cannabis cultivation. In this episode, Brett shares how to build a confident team and what does it takes to create high-level growth. He also talks about the importance of hiring people with emotional maturity. Discover these most effective strategies to maximize your company’s growth.
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Brett Stevens: The Transcript
About: Brett Stevens co-launched Fohse in 2015, setting a completely new standard for LED lights and revolutionizing the cannabis industry in the process. As chief executive officer of Fohse, Brett manages the executive team and oversees large-scale commercial customer operations. A self-described serial entrepreneur, Brett’s previous ventures include launching the MMA management companies Fight Co. and Absolute Athlete, owning and revamping multiple successful businesses in Iowa, and serving as an advisor for Tennessee Extracts, the largest hemp extraction facility in the country. Stevens got his start in the working world as a young boy with a paper route and a long list of chores on his family farm. It was that hard-earned work ethic engrained at a young age that drives his success. In his spare time, Brett is an avid motocross racer and practitioner of jiu-jitsu. He also enjoys boating and surfing.
Disclaimer: This transcript was created using YouTube’s translator tool and that may mean that some of the words, grammar, and typos come from a misinterpretation of the video.
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