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People Will Fuel Your Growth

Solve The People Puzzle

In survey after survey, executives list attracting and retaining top talent as their #1 issue. According to the Vistage Small Business CEO survey, more than half of CEOs reported unfilled positions, 46 percent had trouble finding qualified people, and 24 percent had trouble finding candidates with a good cultural fit for their company.

High-growth companies need people whose passion matches that of the company. It is not likely that everyone in the company will be a perfect match, but if your core team is not a match, you will never succeed.

So… How Do You Find and Keep the Best?

While the people puzzle isn’t easy to solve, you can be successful at solving it—it just takes a dedicated, strategic approach. Give recruitment and retention the same amount or more focus as you do your customer attraction strategy. Until you do, you will be behind the curve, and that is no good for your company, your current employees, or especially, your bottom line.

Solve the People Puzzle: How High-Growth Companies Attract & Retain Top Talent is the executive’s guide to finding, keeping, and growing the best. With compelling research, specific personal and client stories, and key perspectives from top business leaders and experts—you’ll know the best next steps to find and keep the best talent for your growing business.

Purchase Solve the People Puzzle: How High-Growth Companies Attract & Retain Top Talent. Start to attract and retain your most valuable assets so they can help you succeed.

Readers will gain new perspectives on:

  • Keeping your employees engaged so they don’t leave
  • Cultivating new hires – Always Be Cultivating (ABC) by thinking of recruitment as a sales process
  • Attracting people who will thrive in your demanding, uncertain, entrepreneurial environment
  • Hiring for attitude and cultural fit first, and parting ways quickly if the fit isn’t right

Advance Praise for the Book

I’ve been referring companies to Kathleen and TalenTrust for years because her approach is totally different and it works. I am sold on this key concept, which Kathleen employs both in her business and in this book: if you want A-players on your team, your company must spend as much time and effort attracting and retaining talented employees as it does on finding and keeping clients. Both investments lead to increased profit. I’m sure you’ll find her book thought provoking and a call to action.”

—Jack Daly –

“Kathleen provides the necessary pieces for solving one of the biggest challenges CEOs face today—attracting and retaining top talent and keeping them engaged. We live in a world where accomplishing all three has never been tougher or more necessary. It’s a must read for any business leader.”

Leon Shapiro, Director on Vistage Worldwide Board and Coauthor of The Power of Peers

“People are the puzzle for many business leaders. In our never-ending search for the silver bullet, Kathleen’s book offers powerful insights for your company.”

—Cameron Herold, Author, Double Double

“I challenge CEOs to focus on employees and accelerating their growth—which, in turn, will drive your company’s growth. People seek mastery, autonomy, and a sense of purpose at work. For entrepreneurs or business leaders at the forefront of organizational growth, this book provides key insights on how to find and keep top talent.”

Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments and Entrepreneur magazine’s “Entrepreneur of 2014”

“Like her business model at TalenTrust, Kathleen’s book is innovative and thought-provoking. It challenges you to think differently and make your employees much more than an afterthought.”

Kristy Taddonio Mullins, President of Mile Hi Foods and EY Entrepreneur of the Year™ 2014

“I’m inspired! If you agree that people and relationships are critical to business success, this book is for you. Kathleen shares her passion for helping companies and their people grow. She offers compelling research and actionable ideas.”

—Eileen Candels, VP and District Manager, Kelly Services, Inc.

“An exemplary business book. It’s packed with personal examples, research, and practical advice on one of the toughest challenge organizations face: finding, growing, and keeping excellent people.”

Kim Jordan, Co-Founder, New Belgium Brewing Company

“Every company wants to attract and keep the people it needs to be successful, but many don’t know how. This is a big problem for entrepreneurial companies in rapid growth. One or two bad hires can derail a company and be very costly in terms of lost time, momentum, and money. This book tackles all aspects of the recruitment process and has become required reading for all the CEOs I work with.”

Dr. Jana Matthews, Founding Team Member, Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at the Kauffman Foundation, Director of the Centre for Business Growth at the University of South Australia

“Great Work. I applaud the pragmatic straight talk! If you want to be a senior executive, or if you are a senior executive and want to be successful, read this book and put its principles to work. The content is critical to the future of your people and your organization.”

—Major General Joseph August “Bud” Ahearn, U.S. Air Force Retired