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Operationally Speaking

Operationally Speaking

Friday at 12 Noon Pacific

June 09th 2017:Cultivating Culture

Culture is among the most important drivers of long-term scalability and sustainability of a business. Yet culture does not appear and especially sustain spontaneously. I’ve seen too many businesses, especially entrepreneurial the ones in the lower-middle market we focus on, crumble under the weight of a culture that is counter-productive, even toxic at times. Why? What does it mean? And what do business owners and leaders have to do to fix it?

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Brett Hickey is the Founder & CEO of Star Mountain Capital, a specialized investment firm bringing large market capabilities and resources to established small and medium-sized private businesses. Star Mountain provides its portfolio companies (generally cash flow positive businesses with $10 million to $150 million of annual revenues) with strategic capital, human resources and relationships to grow and achieve their business objectives. Mr. Hickey has been investing in private U.S. small and medium-sized businesses since 2004. Prior to being a principal investor, he was an Investment Banker at Salomon Smith Barney / Citigroup where he covered asset managers and financial institutions
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