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Powerful Leadership Lesson

There’s been a recurring theme to my client coaching sessions lately, and whenever that happens I know another leadership lesson is emerging. This one hits home for me in a BIG way because I’ve mastered it myself quite well over the years and have learned to notice when I’m running down a rabbit hole fast. It’s a chronic […]

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Team Member Recruiting

Here’s what I’m learning: The stakes are high when you’re recruiting. The industry rule of thumb is: the wrong person costs you three times his or her annual salary. A $50,000 employee costs you $150,000; a $150,000 employee costs $450,000. That’s for starters. There’s also lost opportunity cost…plus lost business, potential customers, and momentum. And […]

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