Jordache Keith started People360 in 2014. People360 is a healthcare recruitment agency that brought nurses, doctors, and other health professionals to hospitals, aged care facilities, and specialized clinics. He had offices in Singapore, India, and Malaysia.

He was thinking of more ways to grow his business when Covid suddenly hit. Unable to fly in any candidates from anywhere, he was forced to close down the India and Malaysia branches while he figured out how to help the Singapore branch survive.

As a young businessman, he was fearful about what could happen next. Did he have to go back to his workforce job? How can he grow his business in the middle of a recession? That’s when he discovered Rockit.

He was hesitant to go for the program at first. Aside from the fact that he didn’t know if he could afford the program, he was doubtful they understood his dilemma. After all, the Rockit people were all from the UK while he was in Singapore. But he knew he had to find solutions fast or he could lose his business. Add to that the glowing testimonials about the program, which made him confident enough to jump in.

That’s when things started to change. All of a sudden, he was getting double his usual fees and growing his business as he initially planned. He realized that building the right systems could actually help him work smarter instead of harder, while getting the profits he wants.

Tune in to this episode to find out what kind of changes Jordache made that allowed him to scale his business in less than 24 months.

“We all understand the work needed to get a client or get a candidate. But the major thing is, how can we systemize it, how can we make it constant, and how can this run independently without you managing the process?” – Jordache Keith

In this episode, Jordache talks about:

  • The challenges of growing a new business at a time when travel was limited
  • The value of focusing on your current strengths, opportunities, and resources to grow your business
  • The importance of zeroing in on a niche instead of running after every single client that comes by
  • How critical it is to build systems and split the right functions among the right people
  • The value of leveling up your team based on their competencies and comfortability
  • The huge difference of steering away from the traditional 360 model especially in terms of workload and income
  • And so much more!

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