Alan Lee’s Learning Track: Mastering the Art of the 4 B’s: Build, Buy, Borrow and Boost

When we kicked-off the Atlanta Recruiting Roadshow Alan Lee was embarking on a journey of his own.

Facing the squeeze of the mortgage industry’s recent contractions Alan was looking for a step-up from his role as Senior Vice President of the Office of People & Culture and Chief Recruiting Officer for HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation. An exemplary leader, it didn’t take long for him to find it.

On the day Alan presented his learning track in his incarnation as the Director of Executive Search with Atlanta-based Talent Connections.  Even so, the content and substance was exactly similar to the presentation he gave me when we first met over lunch, the reason I hoped he would share his insights and experience when the Roadshow came to town.

Going through the presentation slides here and comparing them with the pocketful of illustrated napkins I first walked away with I realize that it hardly matters what your job title is or whose cuts your paycheck or if your message is a slick PowerPoint or a hurried scribble on the back of a paper towel.

It is who you are and what you know and what you choose to do with those things that put the “servant” in “leadership” for the likes of Alan. Focus on that — like Alan did — and you’ll eventually end up where you’re supposed to be. 

Make sure you hook-up with Alan and his team when you can…

Talent Connections, LLC
602 Gettysburg Place
Atlanta, GA 30350
Cell:    404.664.5134
Office: 770.693.7889
AlanLee(at)TalentConnections.net

..and get networked with Alan on LinkedIn, or on his “other” website ForContractRecruiters.com, why not?

Posted by: Amitai Givertz

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