Founder of Alampi & Associates
Jim Alampi has spent 30 years helping fledgling startups and massive corporate entities hire and retain top talent. He is the founder of
Alampi & Associates
, a Detroit-based executive leadership firm and the author of
Great to Excellent; It's the Execution!
He speaks frequently to CEOs and executive teams on business strategy, human capital and executive leadership.
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Taking on bite-size goals makes it more likely that leaders -- and employees -- will remember them.
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