If you’re like most progressive business owners, you want your company to stand out from the crowd…to be innovative…to have a clear market position. You probably spend a lot of time thinking about these things, and get frustrated when you try to implement something new, only to get push-back from employees who aren’t nearly as excited about your new initiative as you are.
You might find yourself walking around muttering, “Why can’t my employees just get on board? Why can’t they just see the value in what I’m trying to implement?”
How do you get employees on board with innovation?
• “I have so many balls in the air, I don’t even know where to focus.”
• “I can’t believe I said THAT to one of my employees the other day—I was just so fed up with nothing being done to my standards!”
• “I’m so tired of being the only one who can get things done around here!”
• “Another year has gone by and I can’t see anything I’ve done anything to make my business better than it was last year.”
If you’re like most business owners, you’ve probably muttered something along these lines recently — if not this morning, then probably it was yesterday. Continue reading
It may surprise you to learn there are strategies to grow your business, profitably, regardless of what is going on with the economy.
In fact, there’s a BIG OPPORTUNITY coming up that I wanted to make sure you didn’t miss…
My colleague and highly-regarded business author, Mike Michalowicz ,will be speaking on
How to Make Your Business Highly Profitable, by the Very Next Deposit
Mike Michalowicz is a globally recognized entrepreneurial advocate, dedicated to eradicating entrepreneurial poverty. He is a former small business columnist of the Wall Street Journal and the entrepreneur behind 3 multimillion-dollar companies.
Mike is the author of Profit First, The Pumpkin Plan and what BusinessWeek deemed the entrepreneur’s cult classic, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur.
Success Case Study
VERA ICONICA ARCHITECTURE
Revenue: Doubling each year
Number of Employees: 6
Length of time in coaching at Interview: 15 months
“Take the risk to change. It’s the hardest thing to do,
but it’s a lot better than being stressed out and being a slave to your company.
To see your own growth is incredibly rewarding.”
–Veronica Schreibeis, Founder of Vera Iconica Architecture
Veronica has rapidly scaled her company, while doubling revenue with strong profitability. In this Success Case Study, Veronica describes in-depth the ways she has utilized coaching to propel her growth.
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with Dr. Sabrina Schleicher
October 6, 2015