Finding, recruiting, and keeping top talent requires something more than just a large salary and corporate perks. The happiness equation for career-oriented people has three significant variables with a lot of permutations. The variables include salary, location, and job satisfaction. …


By Dan Bradley | Director of Sales — Kahn Mechanical Contractors

“BREAK BREAK — be advised — words mean things.”

That was the interruption I received from my Joint Terminal Attack Control Instructor during the early stages of my training as a young Lieutenant. …


Your organization has a critical position vacant. Necessary qualifications have been identified, and the need to hire the right talent for the right seat is addressed. You have maxed out compensation and benefits within the organization’s fiscal capacity. You have reached out to colleagues in the same and comparable industries…


By Dan Bradley |Director of Sales

In my first year after separating from the Air Force Special Warfare community and entering the private sector, I’ve encountered many misperceptions about what happens in the military’s elite small teams.

Some military misperceptions are kind of funny — over a lunch meeting, a…


By Tom Hall | Consultant and Advisor

Communication. It is a word often associated with being a generic resume filler that I am guilty of, as my current resume lists ‘corporate communication’ as one of my top skills. Despite many people using it as a filler, it is arguably one…


By Consultant, Instructor, Advisor- Andrew Cece

In any operational area, organization, or business, effective communication is vital to success. As employers and top-level leaders, we are responsible for communicating the company’s message from the very top, down to the bottom. …


By Dan Bradley

In The Team Room Blog #4, I wrote about the two-pronged challenge of attracting the “Right People” to your team, then putting them in the “Right Seat” where they can make the most significant positive impact. …


The last entry to The Team Room talked about the Pareto Principle — the idea that 80% of outcomes come from just 20% of inputs. In the context of small teams, it’s the terrifying concept that just one or two employees drive the vast majority of your team’s productivity and…


This article is an installment of The Everyday Warrior series, a recurring column by retired Navy SEAL and best-selling author Mike Sarraille, featuring advice, key interviews, and tips to live a life of impact, growth, and continual learning.

While we all strive to live a life of purpose and fulfillment…


In The Team Room Blog #2, we talked about George A. Miller and his “Magical Number Seven” concept. It is valuable to tie that concept with a tangentially related theory from a gentleman named Vilfredo Pareto.

Vilfredo Pareto is known as one of the foremost economic and sociological theorists of…

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