Episode 5 | Part One: Jaime Taets

Episode Information

This week’s Great Leader is Jaime Taets, the Founder of Keystone Group International. Jaime and her team guide businesses in becoming more focused and aligned by providing solutions at the intersection of strategy, leadership, and culture. In part one, Jaime shares how Keystone engineers scalable growth for organizations and what inspired her to write You Are Here: Kick-Ass Inspiration for Navigating Your Journey to Success.

Find out more about Jaime and Keystone Group International here.

Read Jaime’s “Three Tips For Retaining Workers During The Great Resignation” at Forbes.

About Jaime Taets: As a CEO, public speaker, author, podcast host, and thought leader… through every one of those roles, Jaime Taets is focused on helping individuals and companies get past whatever is holding them back from achieving what they are capable of.

Jaime’s experience begins in a corporate role at the largest privately-held corporation in the world. Thirteen years into that journey, she was comfortably uncomfortable. Having held various leadership roles, Jaime recognized that her strengths and approach would be better utilized outside the corporate world. Stepping out confidently while facing her own fears, she left that job and launched Keystone Group International in 2013.

Keystone Group International focuses on leadership development, organizational strategy, growth, and change. Jaime’s belief that strong leadership and a change-resilient culture are the foundation for sustainable growth drives her work with clients. Harnessing her own leadership experiences, she inspires real and sometimes challenging discussions about the crossroads between high-performance and healthy change.

Her approach is a combination of direct and caring. Not one to step around challenges, she helps leaders focus on their root challenges. As she puts it, “Stop mowing the dandelions.” Jaime pushes her clients to dig deep, she calls out issues in their businesses, and never lets them off the hook. Creating “a-ha” moments fuels her – those instances where they see the change they need to make and understand the potential of creating those shifts.