To kick off the second season of the Human-Centered Leadership podcast, we're honored to have Charles "Chip" Huth join us for a discussion on the power of seeing people as people rather than as objects, numbers, or in his case, as criminals.
Chip brings a fascinating perspective on the topic, having recently retired as an executive commander with the Kansas City Police Department where he served for 30 years, including time leading SWAT teams. Is it possible to see people as people when breaking down their doors and arresting them? You might be surprised.
Chip currently serves as senior consultant for the Arbinger Institute. He also consults for international law enforcement, military, and corporate clients.
Check out Chip's podcast Changing Discourse - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/changing-discourse/id1534621561
And his TED talk - The Importance of Mindset in Policing