Over the past 18 months we’ve only let go of four people on the product team of TINYpulse. Three of them though have been in the last four months. Here are some of my thoughts on what is the most difficult decision a leader must face.
How it feels to let go of a team member
Published by Dave Hajdu
The last ten years of my life I’ve spent helping leaders use technology to enhance their business value. For seven of those years it was in the outsourcing space where, at Vinasource, we built 100s of applications for companies ranging from employee number one to my old employer Microsoft. In 2012, a friend of mine came to me with an idea to solve a simple mission, Make Employees Happier. And with that came the birth of TINYpulse. At TINYpulse we help over 1000 companies around the world discover how their team members are feeling and performing. Four years ago I had the privilege of joining the Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) where currently I’m championing a new chapter in Saigon. Through this group of amazing individuals I’ve learned so much about how fellow members run their businesses. In my free time I love to travel, play tennis, box and meet new people. View all posts by Dave Hajdu