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    At Green Park we have a hand picked pool of senior interim executives who we know personally - people who have demonstrated their worth, time and again, in successful client assignments. These executives are confident and competent enough to link their cost to a series of key performance indicators.

    Please explain the emboldened parts in a simple way.

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    Gary,

    This is a somewhat odd phrase (I'm not sure what "cost" means here) and I wonder if the meaning might be that the executives justified their high salaries (their cost to the company) by means of a series of key performance indicators.

    GF

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