Boomer.com, Focusing on Leadership as a Competitive Advantage, February 22, 2017
When Mark Radetic joined MarksNelson in 2003, the firm had 35 people and no formal education and training program other than the requisite 40 hours of continuing education hours per year. In a little over a decade, the firm grew to 150 people and was competing for talent with other great firms in Kansas City, including Big 4 and national firms. As Managing Partner of MarksNelson, Radetic recognized that to recruit the best and brightest, the usual CPE just wouldn’t cut it. They had to provide leadership development.