Don’t wait till you’re at the end of your rope. Take steps to avoid burnout, and align your everyday tasks to your business goals. In this interview with Jessica Dewell we discuss her 7 ways to lead a team how to avoid brain clutter, how to respect your intuition and when is too much time management really too much. The host is Jim Obermayer
Staying in business can be difficult at times. Critical skills that are required to build a business exist and grow year after year. All business owners, at one time or another, find themselves struggling to keep clients (retention), to keep up with what customers want from the company (experience), and to add people (increase products).
Over the last 20 years, Jessica has worked on many of these problems with her companies and her clients. When there is a chasm to cross, she’ll point it out and cultivate the team to figure out how to build a way across.
Professional and thoughtful, She brings:
Versatility and Guidance.
Every team, with the right skills, can last year over year and business owners can achieve what they want from the business. This starts with assessing the skills that make up decision-making and how short- and long-term goals are set and achieved.
Determination and Advocacy.
If looking for a “YES person,” you’ve come to the wrong place. My confidence is in YOU and your management team's innate ability to know, communicate and live the organization's values ... to carry out its mission.
Energy and Involvement.
A speaker, trainer and facilitator for board retreats, senior management training, corporate or community events. Your organization provides a solution the community needs. Together we identify the skills to strengthen the team and build business tenacity. Today she works with business leaders who have been surprised by change, know change is coming and want to plan for it, and also want to add value to the business through the most important asset of all: its people.
Specialties: client retention; improving customer experience in each interaction with the company; product development; market reach; attracting new customers; talent management for business growth; strategic planning; business growth; organizational procedures; problem-solving; priority setting; idea development; business check-ins; guiding and building teams.
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