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Note: I am not answering on behalf of Kelley. Kelley has
proven not to need anyone's help in that area.
Philosophically, CEOs like the ones Kelley has described
are committed to 'the vision thing' and want to hire
people with a similar attitude. In such an environment,
the best results are expected to be results that no one
If you contract, everybody knows what the job is. It is
narrowly defined in the contract.
If you are 'captive', then the job is potentially
anything you can make it. The potential benefits to the
company and to you are limitless.
Jim Shaeffer (jims -at- spsi -dot- com)
> From: Michael Oboryshko [mailto:obie1121 -at- yahoo -dot- com]
> If your CEO wants X months commitment from me, why not write me
> a contract laying out exactly what he wants, rather than take
> the risk that employees will exercise their at-will rights and
> Mike O.
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