A failed founder is without question one of the most experienced people to go after in the job market. They have shown that they will take risks, work long hours to achieve success, communicate with customers, and blend all of the different pieces of a company's operations into one. Most importantly, their previous failures give them an insatiable hunger for success - and it’s your company that will benefit.
Does the phrase "You're only as strong as your weakest link" resonate with you? If so, you understand the importance of leveraging skills and talents within your workplace to highlight your employees and push your company forward. However, having a diverse workplace can come with its own set of problems - read this blog as to how to introduce and maintain balance in your company.
Caucci: "The biggest evolution of the concept was realizing that when it comes to training, everyone deserves to be trained and prepared well for their job, regardless of their wage.” The benefits of proper employee training has a ripple effect: since we now spend more time at work than with our families, knowing how to better prepare companies to prepare their people is a critical component to increasing societal good.