"The single hardest part about leading people is having to let someone go."
Think it’s time to remove that underperformer?

Tired of dealing with their lousy attitude?

Is there a way to save them?

Find out how to make that crucial final decision with the brand-new eBook:

"To Fire or Not To Fire"
FACT: Firing people is the hardest thing you’ll do during your business career.
It's gut-wrenching and nausea-inducing.
No one enjoys it.

But sometimes, there’s no other choice.


It’s also one of the most important things to do if you want to build a high-performance growth company. 

Before you can hire top talent, you must let go of the underperformers and bad fits.

The truth is...

...the longer you wait to cull out the non-starters, the more damage you do to your brand, your business and…of course, your bottom line. So...

How do you know when it's time to cut ties?

And how can you do it with kindness & compassion, and without seeming like a real jerk?                 
This brand-new eBook is the answer: "To Fire or Not To Fire"
This fast-paced, no-nonsense FREE eBook walks you through step-by-step so you can: 

  •  Create an Underperformance Strategy to deal proactively with poor and mediocre performers.
  •  Identify performance problems and tackle them right away. 
  •  Know when to retain an employee even if they don't seem like a perfect fit.
  •  Master the art of firing by the book in a humane and compassionate way. 
  •  Protect your organization from wrongful dismissal lawsuits. 
  •   ... And MORE!
About The Author Jeff Hyman
Jeff Hyman is Chief Talent Officer of Strong Suit Executive Search
Because he’s a four-time CEO with 3,000 hires under his belt, Jeff's been in your shoes. He’s raised over $50 million in venture capital.

He’s also Adjunct Professor at the Kellogg School of Management, where he teaches the MBA course Recruiting & Retaining Talent in Growth Companies.

With 25 years in executive search, Jeff's experienced his share of excruciating conversations when letting people go and he's taken extensive notes on the most compassionate way to fire an underperformer.

He's sharing these battle-tested strategies in "To Fire or Not to Fire" to help you avoid the mistakes that most managers make when having these tough conversations. 

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