What makes a maverick

We work with lots of mavericks in here at Blackhawk and define mavericks as willfully independent people.

We work with mavericks at work; talented, honest people who can see the holes in the arguments and are rule breakers. They are the top performers in the company but are useless at interacting with people effectively. This sometimes leads to accusations of bullying – even though the person isn’t a bully. They are great at what they do but are often on the verge of being sacked.

We also work with maverick business owners. Ambitious business owners with big goals, very focused on their core skill (training for example) but need focus and clarity and strategic direction to grow their business. We also help them become more credible and build their reputation.

For More: What makes a maverick

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