Contemporary Woods is Tap the Potential's most recent Great Place to Work Spotlight. Contemporary Woods was founded to celebrate craftsmanship!
A Little Background
His business has overcome the challenges of hiring and firing bad employees, increasing its debt, and climbing out of it. And he has learned how to say no to others including clients. Adam has learned to completing large orders and stay afloat where there are no orders.
Working With Tap the Potential
Adam shares that Tap the Potential has helped his business “in many ways, Darren with Sales coaching, Melissa with working in my and my team's strengths, and Dr. Sabrina for helping narrow my vision and keep me on track!”
The How to Hire the Best Course…
“Laid out a system for how to attract better employees.”
Company Culture Improvements
Be a better leader! The best leaders take ownership of the problems and don’t blame their employees. Simple changes have improved the culture at Contemporary Woods, like one-one-one conversations, feedback, and asking the right questions.
Favorite Immutable Law
Be the Buffalo – run towards the storm, by addressing the problem head-on of mismatched stain colors.
Tips for Entrepreneurs
“Implement Profit First in your Business, niche down, the riches are in the Niche's (Pumpkin Plan your Business)!” Adam shared his biggest takeaway from the course “That there is a community of people to support me when I am ready to take my business to the next level”.
“My business vision is very intimate and personal. I get great satisfaction from crafting something beautiful for a client. I have decided that my life goal will be to inspire the celebration of craft in others.”
~ Adam McKee, CEO
Are you ready to Take YOUR Life Back and create a Great Place to Work?!
The Tap the Potential Great Place to Work Spotlight features small businesses intentionally creating a great place to work by nurturing their company culture.
At Tap the Potential, we love helping small business owners create Great Places to Work. Furthermore we encourage our clients to share best practices to support other businesses in doing so, as well. Thank you for sharing with us, Adam!