In our continued efforts to bring the most value to managers, operators, and business owners in Houston, I’m partnering with one of my long time friends and consultants to cover a topic that may seem counterintuitive for an agency that specializes in finding new team members. But our mission at Dagen is to provide the tactics and details around how you, and your organization can not only attract top tier talent, but ultimately retain them and build outstanding teams.
Mike Lejeune has a passion for developing tomorrow’s leaders. Mike delivers keynote addresses, workshops, courses and retreats designed to enhance leadership effectiveness, emotional intelligence, culture shaping and communications.
With over 25 years as a leader in the executive search industry, Mike served as President of Steverson & Company, one of the top search firms in Texas specializing in accounting finance, corporate administration, and information technology serving Fortune 500 corporations, Big 4 accounting firms, and rapidly emerging privately held companies. Here is his take on how to retain top tier client:
Trying to retain key talent? Here are 5 quick check points to consider:
Connectivity is not a place we strive for as managers; it is an action word requiring proactive steps and forethought. Now is the time to anchor our teams to be the base from which we will build. Don’t let your guard down and be caught blind-sided by losing someone important in who you have invested time and financial resources.
For more leadership training resources or to work with Mike Lejeune, just visit his website: Lightingthepath.net
Laura Bruhn has more than ten years of experience working in both the hedge fund and event planning industries. Before joining the Dagen financial placement division, Laura worked for HBK Capital Management, where she interacted with people from all levels and across all departments.
Camille McBride joins Dagen to help continue growth within Dagen’s financial placement division. She brings more than 25 years of years of global macro hedge fund experience.
It is easy to play the victim in a situation like a global pandemic. I am here to tell you that it is not “against the rules” to reinvent how you do things to thrive after all of this. Here are three thing you can do right now to move your business forward using nothing but your phone: