Today, I’m thrilled to introduce you to one of my Platinum Mastermind clients, Reagan Freed. Reagan is a visionary HR executive with a career spanning over two decades, where she’s pioneered people strategies that not only align with but propel organizational objectives. As the founder and CEO of Solvere HR Consulting, Reagan has expertly navigated the consulting landscape, achieving an impressive $600K in revenue in just a few short years. Today, we’re delving deep into the journey behind her remarkable success.
For consultants aiming to carve out their niche or small business owners seeking to leverage HR for transformative outcomes, Reagan’s story serves as both inspiration and a treasure trove of wisdom.
In This Episode:
- Explore how Reagan’s transition from corporate America to entrepreneurship was fueled by a desire to overcome burnout and forge a path of independence.
- Discover the critical role of nurturing strong relationships and forming strategic partnerships for consultants striving to expand their businesses and networks.
- Learn why it’s essential to prioritize personal and professional goals over short-term gains.
- Discover how saying no to opportunities that don’t align with your vision can pave the way for long-term success and stability.
- Explore how stepping outside of your comfort zone can lead to significant personal and professional growth.
Reagan Freed is an accomplished HR executive with over 23 years of experience developing people strategies that support organizational goals. Her corporate leadership experience ranges across several industries and global companies, including CH2M HILL, ECC, Comcast Cable, Sitel and ServiceSource. In her last role before moving into consulting, Reagan led global talent management for ServiceSource. Reagan’s broad knowledge of HR and business disciplines enabled her to develop unique people strategies that contribute to the overall strategy and directly impact bottom-line results.
“If you tap into your courage and put your mind to something, it will happen for you.” ~Reagan Freed