What To Do When Poaching is A Problem: An Interview Ms. Lisa Rosenthal, CEO and co-founder of The Mayvin Consulting Group

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During this fun and lively interview, Lisa Rosenthal shares the story that lead to her passion for building a powerful brand and company culture. Considering the turbulent nature of the government contracting industry, I was deeply interested in learning how Mayvin has successfully reached 90% employee retention, particularly considering the all-too-common threat of poaching. Lisa shared her secret strategies for driving retention through innovation, engagement, and collaboration. Listen in!

About Lisa Rosenthal: she is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of The Mayvin Consulting Group, a dynamic women-owned small business. In less than 4 years, her team doubled the firm’s revenues annually making the Inc 5000 list of fastest growing firms 3 years in a row.  Their two-fold specialty in supporting both Program Management and Mission Support projects for the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense has resulted in revenues exceeding $15M/year. Lisa also sits on the Board of Directors for the American University/Entrepreneurship Council, My Sister’s Place, and QSMI, as well as several committees throughout DoD and the local Washington, D.C. community. To learn more about Lisa, click here.

Interested in learning more about Mayvin? Check them out here.

Enjoy!

Lisa, a special thank you for the joy of interviewing you! I had a lot of fun, and I’m grateful to your dedication to serving greatness—Thank you!

Here’s to Your Greatness,

Misti Burmeister

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