About LeROI

Our principals, Craig Triplett and Kenneth Lee, first met in the early 80′s, shortly after relocating to Atlanta.  Over the years their paths crossed several times, as each of them pursued related careers in sales, marketing, and different aspects of human capital management.

After Ken and Craig discovered both were in the executive search business, they joined forces as The LeROI Group — Leveraging Employee Return On Investment.

LeROI Acronym

Ken and Craig believe that employees are a company’s most valuable asset.  Effectively acquiring and developing talent is how companies maximize or leverage their ROI of this important asset.

Likewise, as employees we spend so much time and energy at our jobs, it is important to strategically and proactively manage and leverage our career ROI.

History

Although initially founded as a general market executive search firm, prospective clients consistently asked Ken and Craig  for help recruiting mid to senior level diversity talent.

Both had already established great track records in this niche.   Together they have over 40 years experience in talent acquisition and career management on all sides of the recruiting table, including:

  • executive search and outplacement consultants.
  • senior human resources professionals.
  • career strategists and coaches.
  • and as hiring managers and candidates.

Ken and Craig honed their recruiting and career advisement skills by working with top executive search firms including: Korn Ferry, Spencer Stuart, and A. T. Kearney.

Expertise

The LeROI Group is a client-focused firm that is committed to excellence, as part of our mission and values.  Both Ken and Craig are original Ntential® Coaches for the National Black MBA Association.

They have also taught courses in Human Capital Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, Strategic Staffing, Sales & Marketing, and Leadership at the University of Phoenix, the Keller Graduate School of Management, and American Intercontinental University/Career Education Corporation.

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