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Why You Should Always Try And Save An Underperforming Employee

I have a perfect record when it comes to saving underperforming employees. That’s right, I am 100% successful in not turning an employees performance around. Except for this one time…

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The company I was working for had just acquired another company, and I was given the responsibility of running this new division. I was fortunate that the team I was…

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brett fox

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I work with startup CEOs to help them grow their businesses . I built several businesses from $0 to >$100M. Learn more at https://www.brettjfox.com

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