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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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 […]
A key element in producing specific results is rewarding those who do the work! When rewards and respect are based on performance and it’s clear to everyone that the act of getting it done is the goal, you begin to create a culture of execution.