165 — Bob Coughlin

Podcast Summary:

As many of you know, the odds that you will remain the CEO of the company you founded are relatively daunting. Bob Coughlin has not only beat those odds but he has done so with grace and skill since he founded one of the top #hrtech companies in the world, Paycor.

Bob was very generous with his personal insights during this interview. He shares:

  • What led him to momentarily lower his hiring standards when the company hit the 50 employee mark
  • What he says to fellow CEOs when they ask him why he didn’t get involved in building his new, multi-million dollar building
  • How he handles strategy sessions with his team

Click to Tweet Bob Coughlin #CEO @PaycorInc - wisdom from 27 years of experience as a Founder & CEO https://fromfoundertoceo.com/?p=2679


Name: Bob Coughlin, Founder & CEO

Company: Paycor

Headquartered In: Cincinnati, Ohio

Powerful Promise of Value: Paycor provides small and medium-sized companies with intuitive, cloud-based onboarding, HR, payroll and timekeeping software with the goal of enabling businesses to be more efficient and to make smarter decisions about their people and processes.

Contacts: www.paycor.com, [email protected], @PaycorInc (Twitter)

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