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Natalizio, Mike

MIKE NATALIZIO, CEO

As leader of HNI, Mike still finds time to do what he enjoys most, creating new clients and bringing added value to existing clients. He also acts as HNI's Brand Manager and is passionate about marketing, which captures the culture and the gut feeling people have about a product or service. 

The thing Mike is especially proud of is the INSIGHT that HNI brings to its clients. Below you'll find a few 'handbooks' that Mike has authored around leadership, breaking free from insurance dependency, and stopping the insanity of health care.

 

 

MIKE'S TED TALK

Mike recently spoke about how the best companies are building a culture of growth by aligning Leadership, Brand, and Culture.

 

 

 

 

THE MANIFESTO

Mike recently wrote a manifesto called, "Unraveled: the Art of Leading in a Complex World."  Each chapter is a potent vignette that serves as a conversation starter, or a spark to inspire someone to change the game.  Leadership is an art, and you will find as much emphasis on the art, as the words. 

 

 

HEALTH CARE SURVIVAL GUIDE

Health care is out of control. For most companies, up to 30% of their spend is being wasted. And their employees often don't even appreciate the benefits they are offered.  

  •  This guide will help you build a strategy to tackle this very difficult problem.
  • The 3 ways the health care system keeps employers trapped.
  • The 6 components of a high-performing health care strategy.
  • How leading companies are leveraging a multi-year strategy to take back control.

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DE-RISKING HANDBOOK

A year ago, we set out on a mission to determine how prevalent insurance dependency is in the trucking industry– and why companies were unable to break-free.

THIS IS WHAT WE FOUND: Many trucking executives feel like they don’t have control over their insurance costs. Even when they perform well, insurance companies demand a rate increase. 

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