Making Yourself A Better Talent Scout

From the Desk of Ryan Binkley

Hello and welcome to our July 2017 eNewsletter.

One of the most important roles managers play in any organization is that of “talent scout.” Just like a scout in major league baseball is constantly looking for new talent for his team, so too should managers at all levels in any organization.

Our lead article in this month’s eNewsletter focuses on this topic and provides solid ideas you can encourage your team to implement to create an ongoing talent search focus. Not only is finding and developing a talent pool important for business in general, it becomes even more significant when you approach buyers for your company. One of the most essential assets that buyers look for in companies is a team of talented, tenured, and developing associates. If you have those, it will only enhance your company’s value!

Please remember that your relationship with Generational Equity doesn’t end once our initial evaluation is completed on your company. We provide you with two updates of value at no additional cost over a five-year period. If your business is performing better now than it was a few years ago, it might be a good idea to contact us to review your company’s current market value.

Keep in mind that in addition to a value update, we also will provide you with our Roadmap for Enhancing Value, a document that is designed to give you ideas on steps you can implement to build the enterprise value of your business over time. Our clients find this tool extremely helpful as they focus on growing their business for future acquisition.

If you are interested in exiting your business, just want to determine your company’s current value, or if you have any questions for us at all, please call our V.P. of Client Experience, Jay Hellwig, at 877-213-1792, or send Jay an email at jhellwig@generational.com and he will be in touch.

Thank you for your time,

Ryan Binkley
President, Generational Equity
http://www.generational.com