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eBay's Former Senior Director and Redcats's SVP of Online Technology David Hershfield on Sarder TV
Hiring, knowledge management and leading past failure are all topics discussed in an exclusive video interview with David Hershfield
NEW YORK, NY - February, 15, 203.
David Hershfield, current Senior Vice President of Online Technology at Redcats, past executive with both PayPal and eBay and CEO of In-Stock Storage Products, provides his personal views on managing successfully in an interview with Russell Sarder, author, entrepreneur, and CEO of Learning.
David Hershfield is a global business executive with years of experience as a senior administrator with internationally known companies such as eBay and Paypal where he was responsible for providing solutions that facilitated sustainable business growth and improved the customer experience.
He was also CEO of his own multi-million dollar company In-Stock Storage Products, Inc.
In eleven absorbing video clips, David Hershfield
views on multiple topics including communication, hiring, team dynamics, motivating employees, and his
views on the importance of knowledge management and team building.
talks passionately about the need for employee training equating it with the same importance to the company bottom line as being able to 'keep the lights on.' He
also explains his
adherence to the policy of 'fail fast, fail early, and fail often, as a road to ultimate success.