People often have good intentions. They intend to source more candidates, make more calls, or hire faster.
Intentions alone frequently end in things staying the same.
A desire to change is never enough. That’s why companies have leaders. A leader’s job is to marry intentions with execution.
It’s been said that “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.”” If that’s true, then the road to heavenly success is grounded in leadership that drives consistent action.