In his classic book, Good to Great, Jim Collins refers to the importance of getting the “right people on the bus” and then getting them all in the “right seats.”
This is key because who we attract and hire to our organization takes precedence over what they do. You simply can’t achieve consistent results until you get the right people in place.
As you move forward, you’ll be faced with two types of issues regarding your people.
The first is having the right person in the wrong seat. The second is having the wrong person in the right seat.
In order to gain momentum and build your business, you will need to address both.