One of the difficult transitions for business owners is this transition from being a manager, bordering on being a micromanager, where you physically have to have your hands and arms into everything, versus actually leading where you want people to surround yourself with people who are very, very skilled in what they do.
Today we will talk about the most common cause for a meeting to be derailed. It is very common that throughout the course of the meeting discussion we identify an issue in the business. And all too easily, what can happen is we find ourselves being very distracted and getting caught up in that particular issue, I am sure that you would agree that this can derail the whole meeting.
A lot of businesses get caught up in meetings. And you know, the whole concept of even raising the issue or having a meeting can often bring a glaze over people's eyes.
So what are the actual meeting structures that we really need to think about?
There's a lot of talk about values. And there is often questions around how important values are to developing culture in your business. Before we can think about how to leverage these in your business, we need to understand the different types of values.
Today we want to share with you our top three tips for turning strategy to action. Our mantra is implementation is everything. Without implementation, strategy is just a vision!
Today we ask the question “Do you own a business..or does it own you?”
How long could you leave your business for, and there be no impact at all on the profitability or how it functions?