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– Steve Jobs

“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.”

One of the most significant phrases in the history of humanity, today we can delve a little into its history to identify the importance of having the right people on your team because it is essential to foster teamwork and how individual skills are key to achieving exceptional results…

– John Mcdonough


“Hiring is the most underestimated executive skill that exists. If you hire well, you have a chance that really good things will happen.”


He was the president of the Chicago Blackhawks since 2007. He completely changed the team’s direction, driving exponential growth in both mindset and business. In the following lines, you’ll discover this success story that was directly inspired by Steve Jobs…

– Matt Mullenweg


“Two things we focus on when hiring. First, find the best people you can. . . And second, let them do their job. Just get out of their way.”


The founder and developer of WordPress, states: “We focus on two things when hiring. First, find the best people you can… And second, let them do their work. Just get out of their way.”…

– Jack Welch


“I hate having to use the first person. Nearly everything I’ve done in my life has been accomplished with other people… Please remember that every time you see the word I in these pages, it refers to all those colleagues and friends and some I may have missed.”

In 1981, Jack Welch took over as youngest-ever chairman and CEO of General Electric, a multinational conglomerate responsible for offering a wide array of products …

– Marc Benioff


“The secret to successful hiring is this: Look for people who want to change the world.”


As leader of the biggest CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software in the world, Marc Benioff emphasized on the notion of successful hiring as the fuel that keeps the Salesforce engine going. Just like the beliefs of Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs, Salesforce was founded by innovators and dreamers to not only create…

– Akio Morita

“No Matter How Good or Successful You Are, or How Clever or Crafty, Your Business and Its Future Are in the Hands of the People You Hire.”


Widely considered as the pioneer of the electronics industry, Akio Morita highlighted the significance in hiring people who were driven by innovation and achievement. Morita’s approach to creating an efficient team went against traditional hiring practices at the time…

– Warren Buffet


“In looking for people to hire, you look for three qualities: integrity, intelligence, and energy. And if they don’t have the first, the other two will kill you.”

Widely considered as one of the most successful investors of all time, Warren Buffet is an American businessman and philanthropist with a net worth of $118 billion, making him the fifth richest person in the world. Buffet is not only known for his financial intelligence…

– John Wooden


“Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there.”

John Wooden, the legendary Collegiate American basketball coach, is widely considered one of the greatest coaches in the history of the sport. It’s no doubt his abundant accomplishments at UCLA have left a lasting impact on the sport. His leadership style and philosophical values extend beyond the basketball…

– JB Pritzker


“Illinois is the most pro-worker state in the nation.”

Governor JB Pritzker signed the landmark legislation in March, making Illinois the third state in the nation and the first in the Midwest to mandate paid leave for any reason.
“Illinois is the most pro-worker state in the nation, and the Paid Leave for All Workers Act is a prime example of those values translating into action,” said Governor JB Pritzker. “Starting January 1st …

– Mary Barra


“When you don’t have all the answers, you have to surround yourself with people who do.”


CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra has played a pivotal role in the revitalization of the automotive company. 
The importance of cultivating an inclusive and supportive workplace culture has significant implications for organizational success not only at GM but at organizations and companies all around the world …

– Richard Branson

“Clients do not come first. Employes comes first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.”

Richard Branson, a British entrepreneur and business, magnate achieved sustained success across various industries through a combination of innovation, risk-taking, and strategic hiring decisions.
What Branson understood …

– Safra Catz

“As some jobs become unnecessary, we have to bring society along and retrain people to do the newer, better jobs of the future.” 

Leader of the third largest computer technology and software company in the world, Safra Catz understands the importance of change and adaptation in a rapidly evolving technology industry. Like Jack Welch, CEO of 
General Electric

– Satya Nadella

Care Is The New Currency.

Microsoft’s Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella weighed in on the latest trend in the world of work: the hybrid paradox. According to Microsoft’s findings, employees want the flexibility to work remotely but they’re also missing the human connection you get from being in an office…

– Sundar Pachai

“Focus On The Success Of Others

On Google’s focus in the future, he said they are “betting big” on advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in the coming years.
He said: “As a leader, it is important to not just see your own success. But focus…

– Mary Kay Ash


“If you’re good to your staff when things are going well, they’ll rally when times go bad.”


Mary Kay Ash was an American entrepreneur known for being the founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics, a direct-selling company of beauty and skincare products. Throughout her career, she achieved several notable successes…

– Jeff Bezos


“I’d rather interview 50 people and not hire anyone than hire the wrong person.”

Bezos comes from humble beginnings. He left his job on Wall Street in 1993 to launch Amazon, which originally focused on selling only books online. It was successful earlier on, stayed afloat…

– Elon Musk


“Belief in the importance of an individual’s innate abilities and potential”.


Elon Musk’s recruiting policy has been the talk of the town for quite some time now. His unique approach to hiring has set his companies apart from the competition, and it’s no surprise that…

– Bryan Moynihan


“Our employees are our greatest asset, and we must invest in their development and well-being”.


Brian Moynihan is an accomplished American business executive who currently serves as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bank of America Corporation, one of the largest banks in the United States…

– Sam Altman

“There are 3 things I look for when I hire People.”


Sam Altman is a prominent figure in the technology industry and entrepreneurship. He is best known as an entrepreneur, programmer, venture capitalist, and former president of Y Combinator, one of the most prestigious startup accelerators in Silicon Valley…

– Shantanu Narayen

“Connecting The Dots Isn’t Enough.”


Shantanu Narayen is an influential figure in the technology industry, particularly known for his role as the CEO of Adobe Inc., a multinational computer software company renowned for products like Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat….

– Prominent Business Sector in Elgin, Aurora & Bensenville.

In the suburbs of Illinois, near the bustling city of Chicago, there’s a diverse and lively business scene. In the towns of Elgin, Aurora, and Bensenville, a whole range of companies thrive, each adding to the economic wealth and vigor of the area…

– Mark Zuckerberg

“I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person.”

Mark Zuckerberg reflects on his philosophy of hiring people who work directly for him. In essence, he emphasizes the importance of hiring people he respects and admires, and who he would be willing to work for if the situation were reversed…


– Reed Hastings

“Prioritize Blind References.”

Netflix cofounder and CEO Reed Hastings established his video-streaming company as a leader in corporate culture when his 2009 culture manifesto went viral in the business world. As Netflix became increasingly successful, Hastings grew into a confident and effective chief executive.

– Sam Walton

“Trust People as Partners”


Walmart founder and CEO Sam Walton based on the belief that employees are not just workers, but indispensable partners in the company’s success. . As the main pillars of his approach, he emphasizes empowerment, respect for the individual, promotion of open communication, investment in…

– Ray Kroc

Building a Strong and Loyal Team to Fuel Your Success”.


Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s Corporation, revolutionized the fast-food industry and laid the foundation for an iconic brand that is recognized globally. But what were the secrets behind Kroc’s success?…

How NVIDIA is Leveraging the AI?




Artificial intelligence (AI) is a field of computer science that focuses on the development of systems and technologies that can perform tasks that typically require human intelligence…

-Bill Gates
“Every Generation Needs Flexibility”



Recruiting potential employees amidst the Great Resignation presents a formidable challenge. As the workforce becomes younger and more diverse, their expectations vary significantly…

– Nicolas Hayek

“Hire people for their talent, retain them for their passion, and give them the freedom to innovate”.

Nicolas Hayek, the visionary Swiss entrepreneur, left a lasting legacy in the watch industry with his bold approach and long-term perspective…

Expanding Horizons: Chicago CEOs and the Global Market


Nicolas Hayek, the visionary Swiss entrepreneur, left a lasting legacy in the watch industry with his bold approach and long-term perspective…