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Recruit Eagles
Not Turkeys


Carol Johnson




Carol Johnson



 Eagles VS Turkeys
Turkeys attract turkeys
Turkeys walk in and fly out.
Turkeys work for chicken feed.
Once a Turkey, Always a Turkey
Turkeys gobble up company resources.
Turkeys peck away at management time.
Turkeys are more colorful than productive.
Turkeys are satisfied making chicken feed.
Turkeys ruffle the feathers of top producers.
Turkeys don�t produce enough to crow about.
Don�t recruit turkeys; they attract other turkeys.
Top producers don�t flock to offices filled with turkeys.
Turkeys are at the bottom of the office pecking order.
Recruit Eagles, Hawks and trainable birds of prey.

"Birds of a Feather Flock Together."
- Ancient Proverb

"Don't Recruit a Flock of Turkeys."

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