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Mondays are better when you love your team

Let's build the right team for your business

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It’s Sunday night...and the panic sets in. When your team isn’t performing and your people are not engaged, it’s hard to go to work with a smile on your face. These “Monday blues” are closely tied to low morale and high turnover, two things that cost businesses an unnecessary amount of time, money, and not to mention, their best talent. But I believe there’s a better way to experience work. It all comes down to designing your team to match your business goals and then hiring right people to fill the roles at amplify to your vision. The best part - this doesn’t have to involve the high costs of a recruitment agency or risky hiring methods that results in another bad hire. I can show you the way!

 
“Amanda is transparent, efficient, and spot-on. Amanda was able to get to the heart of the challenges I was facing and knew how to handle sticky situations diplomatically. Every part of the process was important, enjoyable, and do-able. She’s a real pro.”
— Amy Lazarus, CEO, InclusionVentures

Create the most awesome team you can imagine

 
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Team Design || Planning

A well-designed and well-organized team produces better work, better outcomes, higher team engagement, and happier 9-5s for everyone.  I will work with you to deeply understand your team's unique needs, strengths, gaps, and necessary outputs. Then, I'll work with you to organize clear roles and structures that are efficient and effective. 

Build Your Team || Hiring

When you hire the right person into the right role on the right team, magic happens. I'll work with you to turn this dream into a reality. Using my unique, effective method, I infuse a blend of data-backed selection tools, tailored candidate experience strategies, clear role design, and simple sourcing techniques to make this happen.

 

How much are bad hires costing you?

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, a bad hire costs an organization at least 30% of the bad hire’s first-year earnings.