You need them, but you don’t trust them. “We’re different,” they say. “We’re honest, we’re open, everything we touch turns to gold and we treat everyone like family.”
And yet in practice it rarely seems to turn out that way.
You get the same empty promises, but you deal with them every day, from within and without. Sometimes you make them yourself.
Success is measured not in satisfaction, but in a few percent of profits you had to make everyone miserable to get.
What could be better than finding the right person for your team, or landing a project you’re eager to get your hands on every day?
How about bringing these parties together in a way where everybody’s satisfied, and everybody wins?