• Jonno White

Your Most Important Task

Updated: Apr 7

As a leader, what’s your most important task?

Is it strategy? Budget?

No, in my opinion it’s hiring.

I become more convinced every day that a leader who hires exceptionally well makes everything else in their life infinitely easier.

so stop and have a think about this for a second. How well are you currently hiring? And what could you do to improve the way you hire?

The first step to fix your hiring process is to deal with the people you already have!

Do you hate conflict? Are you struggling to have difficult conversations effectively? Do you want to deal well with THAT difficult person without experiencing massive conflicts that blow up in your face?

Learn more in my book Step Up or Step Out: How to deal with difficult people, even if you hate conflict

Check Out Step Up or Step Out Today >>>

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