Energy & Empathy: A Conversation with U.S. Energy CEO Jordan Jayson
U.S. Energy’s CEO Jordan Jayson was recently interviewed for an article on the power of empathy, his pandemic playbook, and what drew his firm from New York to DFW. You can read the full article from Texas CEO Magazine here.
Chief Executive Officer
There’s one word in particular that guides me on the human side of being a CEO: empathy. You need to be able to let your guard down and empathize with people, whether it’s a teammate, a joint venture partner, an outside attorney, or anyone. How you treat people is a reflection of your firm. We have over 25,000 investors; if one of them calls up and isn’t pleasant, my job isn’t to push back. It’s to be empathetic, to be aware that they could be going through something I’m not aware of. It’s my job to listen and see how I can be of help.Read The Full Article from Texas CEO Magazine
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