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I worked with an executive named Daniel…from a leading investment bank who decided…he wanted to start his own firm.…He wanted to offer more transparency to his clients,…and create a collaborative culture…for people to work in.…First, he had to relinquish all his clients to the…investment bank and start fresh to try and…re-engage those clients and new ones…for him new firm.…As for employees, he wanted to hire 16 people…from the investment bank, but given regulations,…and the urgency to get started immediately,…he had a tight window to recruit them,…so he invited all 16 people to a meeting…at 4:30pm on a Friday, which was immediately…after he officially severed ties…with the investment bank.…
He shared his vision with them for the first time,…and he invited them to join.…He said he'd understand if they said no,…but there was literally not a day to lose…because they had to wrap up that weekend,…so if they were going to leave the investment bank…and join his venture, they would need to decide,…sign, and send the appropriate…
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