The Salter Consulting Group LLC  believes that the secret to high performing organizations lies in the relationship between employees and their bosses. We believe that, titles notwithstanding, “a leader lives within each employee.” So, if you are looking for that one sustainable competitive advantage (SCA), look no further than your direct report, colleague and/or peer. Too many employees today have neither a rational or emotional commitment to their companies.They are truly ‘free agents’ willing to play for the highest bidder.

The key to unlocking this commitment is authentic leadership. Leadership must tap into their desire to make a meaningful contribution.  Authentic leadership at all levels should be spiritual without being dogmatic, demanding without being demeaning, and, fearless without being reckless. We can help.

We have the experience, know-how and savvy to help you ignite the passion and drive of your most valuable resource—your employees!

Ultimately, talent trumps both strategy and technology! Learn more about The Salter Consulting Group >

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