90% of your business problems are hiring problems in disguise.
When you hire the best, life gets easier. Your business beats plan, instead of missing it. You impress your Board & investors. You scale & exit at the highest-possible multiple.
How would I know?
Because as a four-time CEO, I’m the only recruiter who has worn your shoes. And I simply refuse to let you hire a B-Player.
- Named “The Matchmaker” by Inc. Magazine
- Four-time CEO recruited 3,000 professionals
- 25-year executive recruiter for PE & VC companies
- Raised $55M in VC
- Operating Partner of $6B Chicago PE firm
- Trained at Heidrick & Struggles and Spencer Stuart
- Professor at Kellogg School of Management
- Bestselling author of Recruit Rockstars
They call me The Matchmaker.
Inc Magazine, to be specific. They called me The Matchmaker in a feature cover story. Because I’ve devoted my entire career to finding the best talent & teaching companies how to do the same.
My obsession began when I was 13 years old & launched my first company, Compu-Labels, with the help of a TRS-80 computer. Early on, I realized that -even with the best product- your competition will crush you unless you have the best players on your team.
Fast forward to when I graduated from Kellogg School of Management to work for two renowned executive search firms, Heidrick & Struggles and Spencer Stuart.
I learned what set top-performers apart from those who struggled & failed…it was Rockstar DNA. (Unfortunately, not everyone has it.)
I learned how to predict candidate performance and discover “undiscovered” talent.
But, it took many more hires (and mis-hires) before I could build a high-powered process to recruit A-Players. Every time.
I made mistakes. Dissected every interview. Studied predictive techniques. Identified -and plugged- gaps in recruiting.
I built a remarkably simple, yet powerful, system for companies to scale past their competition with an unbeatable team of A-Players.
Now, I use it to scale PE & VC companies, and help them achieve their full potential.
Want to do the same?