Going Undercover an “Incredible Opportunity” for one CEO

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CEO of global disaster-recovery firm Belfor recounts his experience hanging drywall and crawling under homes incognito.

Belfour Holdings CEO Sheldon Yellen was recently interviewed regarding his experience on the show Undercover Boss. Yellen worked alongside low-level workers removing soot, hanging dry wall and crawling underneath homes.

Mr. Yellen recognized that working in the trenches helped him to better understand his company’s needs and the importance of getting unadulterated feedback from his workforce.

We have previously written about how Undercover Boss has raised the profile of undercover investigations by showing a large audience the impact of real-time field intelligence on management practices.

When asked if other CEO’s could have the same experience within their organizations but without a camera crew, Mr. Yellen replied, “The Undercover Boss experience, regardless of whether you’re doing it on TV or in real life, it is an incredible opportunity for a leader to go back to what really counts and that’s getting as close to your people as you really can”.

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[via Inc.]