In this interview with Tim Haitaian, the CEO of Redshelf, a Chicago startup that received a mm investment in 2015, Tim talks about leading a high growth firm. He shares his perspective on hiring and managing employees, working with investors, and his leadership style. This is part of a course on developing your leadership style. Find the full course at www.eazl.co and upgrade your leadership skills in under 30 minutes.

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