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Revealed HR tech ceos awardwinning leadership style

As the CEO of HR tech company Kronos, Aron Ain humbly views himself as an integral part of the team. He believes that his leadership is just as important to Kronos’ success as the hard work put in by every other employee.

From my perspective, the presence of thousands of individuals in our organization is a direct result of our need for a large workforce. It’s not just about me, or any other prominent members of our leadership team,” he stated.

Kronos specializes in creating software solutions for a global customer base of over 35,000 organizations, helping them effectively manage their workforce using cutting-edge technology.

It’s not surprising to see Kronos and Aron consistently appearing on the list of top companies and CEOs that are currently reshaping corporate culture.

The Non-Conformist

Aron’s leadership style resonates with the collaborative culture at Kronos, which has contributed to the company’s success as one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For.

In his book WorkInspired, Aron introduced the term “Un-Leader” to describe the type of CEO he aims to become. It represents a stark contrast to the traditional, ego-driven industry titans.

The Un-Leader is a team player, always willing to share the spotlight. Isn’t it ironic? When leaders and managers become too fixated on their titles, their ability to make a meaningful impact becomes restricted. According to him, there is a clear distinction between feeling powerful and actually being powerful.

With his down-to-earth demeanor, Aron continues to motivate those around him. He has earned the prestigious title of being one of Glassdoor’s Top CEOs in North America and Europe for three years in a row.

A stronger feeling of connection

The fact that 94% of Kronos employees, affectionately known as ‘Kronites’, take pride in working for the company speaks volumes about the refreshing approach to leadership. Or, more accurately, lack of leadership.

“When we take on the role of guiding others, we frequently fail to recognize the profound emotional influence we have on them,” he remarked.

When we embody humility and demonstrate it through our actions, our team members take notice. They believe that their leaders value them, prioritize their well-being, and are accessible.

This statement highlights the importance of establishing a strong connection between leaders and their team members. By fostering a sense of kinship, leaders can create a more meaningful and impactful rapport with their employees.

“Why not leverage the positive reputation, trust, and improved communication you create by treating others as equals?” the CEO suggested. It’s completely free of charge. Actually, it’s a far simpler approach to handle and guide.