Today, Dr. Sabrina Starling challenges us to envision what IS possible in your business when you have a coaching culture.
In today’s Great Place to Work Spotlight, we feature a business owner who started in a place of struggle and stress but totally transformed her business in just a few years. Through the principles she learned in our How to Hire the Best course, she’s created a Great Place to Work for herself and her dedicated team members.
We welcome Dr. Nancy Trimboli back to the podcast! She’s a health expert and chiropractor with over 25 years of experience. Her practice, Trimboli Chiropractic, has undergone many changes to become the streamlined, efficient team of A-players that makes Dr. Nancy’s life fulfilling and virtually stress-free. She has a large local patient following and an ever-expanding online audience through her YouTube channel. She is the author of Stealth Health: Take Back Your Power and Unravel the Mystery of You, which was published in 2020. It’s a book for those who want to achieve true health without going the traditional route of relying on medications, interventions, and surgery. Dr. Nancy teaches people how to unravel their health mysteries and ask the right questions, and she applies that focus to making Trimboli Chiropractic a Great Place to Work!
Business owners are busy! One area that often gets overlooked and pushed aside is team development. We have found some simple ways to work on team development with our Tap the Potential team, and we are pulling back the curtain to give you an inside look at what’s working for us. We hope this episode is helpful for you and your business!
Dr. Sabrina is joined today by Melissa Swire, the Lead Strategist at Tap the Potential. She joined the team in 2019 and carries forward her passion for helping entrepreneurs.Together, Melissa and Dr. Sabrina discuss how to build a better place to work by keeping your team members inspired and encouraged. In this way, your team members will do more for your business and alleviate some of the pressure that small business owners feel.
Join us for the conversation around team development and learn how this singular concept can be the key to overcoming your hiring challenges and creating a great culture.
Who is your ideal team member? What are their characteristics? How can working for you be exactly what they are looking for in achieving their hopes and dreams? What are you doing to attract them? You can’t just sit back and wait for them to find you, but you need an intentional, deliberate, and well-crafted system. Want to know more? Let’s talk about finding and attracting those ideal team members.
Join me to find out how to streamline the time-consuming hiring process so that your valuable time is spent with those candidates who will be the right fit for your business culture!
Almost 9 out of 10 entrepreneurs are experiencing symptoms of burnout. They think their business cannot run effectively without them and have no system for attracting A-players. Our Better Business Better Life Assessment found these results by surveying 225 entrepreneurs. It all comes down to hiring, onboarding, and team development, and each of these plays a huge role in your profitability. Let’s dive into this topic together!
Retaining A-players is an overlooked area in the business world today, and attracting and hiring them is just the beginning. Your onboarding process is a critical determinant of whether they stay or go, and haphazard training won’t cut it. You want your new team members to feel supported, confident, and set up for success; the best way to do that is to create engagement and build enthusiasm for their new role. Join me in this episode as I break down what it takes to create a great onboarding experience!
Contemporary Woods is Tap the Potential's most recent Great Place to Work Spotlight. Contemporary Woods was founded to celebrate craftsmanship! A Little Background With his dad and grandfather, Adam has worked on wiring and building homes since he was a young child....
Wow! Here we are, celebrating Episode 200 with today’s Great Place to Work spotlight. My guest, Sarah Martin, joined us previously in Episode 101. As a small business owner who has experienced unique hiring challenges, Sarah has taken small steps forward to put systems in place and work on culture and leadership. In learning how to hire the best, she has supported and developed her team in unusually creative ways. I hope Sarah’s story inspires you to see what’s possible in YOUR business!
Sarah Martin is the president and co-owner of Cabin Works, a property maintenance and cleaning company located in the rural, mountain town of Granby, Colorado. She and her husband, Phill, started Cabin Works over ten years ago intending to provide peace of mind to busy and absentee property owners in need of a reliable, professional, and trustworthy property maintenance company.
Sarah and her team strive to foster a workplace culture of family involvement and work-life balance at Cabin Works. From company BBQs to family events, such as their annual bus trip to Denver to watch a Colorado Rockies game and participation in the local annual kickball tournament to raise funds for charity, they get excited about their involvement in their community and show appreciation for their team’s hard work. When not working with their team, you can often find Sarah, Phill, and their young children, Alivia, Mia, and Asher exploring the Colorado mountains on their skis or mountain bikes.
Join us and be inspired by Sarah’s commitment to putting her people first by prioritizing family and flexibility at Cabin Works!
Today’s episode continues our focus on hiring. This has become a monumental challenge right now for business owners who are feeling the pain in many ways. Small business owners everywhere are losing team members to other jobs that promise higher wages. The truth is that even without paying significantly higher wages, there are creative ways to attract and retain A-players to your team. Let’s take a closer look!
You CAN hire A-players and build a quality team for your business. Don’t be like I once was: buying into the limiting mindset and making excuses for why I couldn’t hire A-players. I’ve done the research and discovered the characteristics of A-players that align with a business owner’s core values. Join me now for more!
Andrew Tvardzik of Cedar Ridge Log Homes has just graduated from Tap the Potential’s Better Business Better Life program, and we are celebrating with him! We are excited about what Andrew has accomplished since his new journey began in 2018. Running a family company presents many unique challenges and requires deeper-level work to promote growth and development. Besides increasing overall profitability and being able to take four-week vacations, Andrew has seen revenue growth of 5x! Andrew’s story is an opportunity for much learning for other business owners.