The DYOJO Leadership Series: Should Leaders Measure Results or Effort? [Video]

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It’s a thought-provoking question that all leadership teams should ask themselves: “Which is more important, effort or results?” Josh Zolin, an advocate for helping young people recognize opportunities for gainful employment and career development within the skilled trades, discusses this very concept in the first part of a series by The DYOJO with Jon Isaacson.  

To give you a glimpse into this discussion and the upcoming Cleanfax magazine article, Goals, Effort, and Results: Developing Your Team, take a look at the teaser video below:

Stay tuned for more videos and content regarding this question and other topics for leaders in the cleaning industry and beyond. 

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