While recruiters often tout the importance of hiring the right people in achieving business success, a critical component necessary to making these hiring decisions is knowing when it is time to hire a professional.
If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional, wait until you hire an amateur” ~ Red Adair”
As an executive, your value to your company is maximized when you are able to focus your efforts on what you do best that can improve the growth of your company, and delegating the rest to others who have expertise above your own, in those areas.
Often, businesses trying to conserve capital try to do everything themselves, leading to critical failures due to lack of knowledge, or opportunity costs when potential for income or to demonstrate traction quickly is lost, while a CEO is buried in administrative minutiae.
When you decide to take on a task that you are not an expert in, you are, in effect, “hiring an amateur” to carry out those tasks for your business. Sometimes this is the right decision. Other times, it may not be.
When you want expert-level support to help you accomplish your business goals, we can act as a centralized strategic funnel to help you solve your business problems so you can focus on what you do best and growing your company.