CEOs with 58 – 95 Employees!

Take a few minutes to watch this short video to uncover the secrets to mastering your ability to manage the chaos that comes with growth …

  • Develop your managers into a well-functioning, collaborative team
  • Learn how to avoid decision-making traps to stay profitable
  • Make financial literacy everyone’s responsibility
  • Uncover the top challenges you need to address today

Create a Leadership Team Ready to Grow!

As a business owner who took a start-up to over 120 employees and $12 million in sales, I remember desperately looking for answers as we dealt with the challenges that come with growing a successful business.

We were a small business, not a corporation, so while I valued reading Jim Collins’ book, Good to Great, and appreciated Jack Welch’s book Straight from the Gut, they weren’t talking about my world! 

If you have 58 – 95 employees, your world is much different than it was when you had 35 employees or 15 employees. And by reading the fourth book in the 7 Stages of Growth series, you’ll learn exactly why.

You’ll have a research-based understanding of the right things to focus on today, have the ability to predict what’s coming as you add more people, and adapt your leadership skills to what your company needs from you specifically as the company grows.

By reading Leadership Integration, you’ll discover:

  • Why this stage of growth is a wake up call ….
  • Why the top gate of focus is Profit ….
  • Why you, as a leader, has to up your game ….


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In Stage 5, you have to bring your management team together to help you run the organization and this requires a clear picture of what that looks like. You have to help them understand the real value of collaboration and how to achieve it.

You’ll find solutions to the five top challenges for Stage 5: 

  1. Challenge expanding sales
  2. Difficulty forecasting problem areas before they surface
  3. Dealing with the cost of lost expertise or knowledge when employees leave
  4. Need for an improved profit design
  5. and Staff training

And more importantly, you’ll discover a formula for growth that has helped hundreds of CEOs proactively manage the chaos that comes with growing a business.

As hard as it is for founders to step aside from the work that has taken their company where it is, the rewards of releasing tasks and responsibilities to others who have different ideas and experience are immediate.

Leadership Integration is full of helpful tips and tactics on how to:


  • Help your managers see the bigger picture and their role in achieving it
  • Tap into the intelligence of your organization to improve your bottom line
  • Cultivate collaboration under stressful situations
  • Develop your own definition of what a well-functioning team looks like
  • Shift the responsibility of the day-to-day operations over to your leadership team

Don’t wait! Order your copy of Leadership Integration: How to Cultivate Collaboration from the Top Down with 58 – 95 Employees Today and start proactively managing your growth!

“History is being read but it is also being written by people with imagination.”

Les Brown.


I’m Laurie Taylor, author, speaker and trainer. And I was part of an experience hosted by the John Maxwell organization where I met and was coached by Les Brown, who is respected and loved the world over. People relate to Les Brown because his is living proof that you can live your dreams, despite the obstacles that might arrive at the front door of your life.

Read what other CEOs are saying about the value of understanding the impact of the 7 Stages of Growth.

“Nowhere have I ever found an incisive, insightful analytical tool like that offered by the 7 Stages of Growth. It makes charting a company’s growth as easy as painting by numbers.”

David Zucker

CEO, Zocalo Community Development

“The 7 Stages of Growth gave me clarity about what I needed to tune into as a leader. My managers and I were able to put words to our issues and then create a step-by-step action plan to address them. We are working together more effectively, and I feel we are ready for our next stage of growth.”

Keith Lumby

General Manager, Norwood Waterworks

“As a fast-growing company, we struggled to keep our focus on areas that were critical for growing successfully. By working with the Stages of Growth, we discovered what our current operational environment really is, identified critical path objectives and developed a strategic set of initiatives that will become our roadmap for our future.”

Jeff Bay

Managing Director, HayMax Hotels

Stage 5 has 58 – 95 employees. Your role is to help your managers become a high-functioning, integrated team. Their job is to help you create the vision and strategy for growth. Read how to expand your leadership awareness to navigate through this stage of growth.

Check Out The Other Success Secrets Books In The Series

by Laurie Taylor

Stage1 Book
Stage 2 Book
Stage 3 Book
Stage 4 Book
Stage 5 Book
Stage 6 Book
Stage 7 Book

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