1877 Broadway, Suite 100, Boulder, CO
A part of Impact Hub’s Successful Entrepreneur Workbench Series
In many ways your employees are your most valuable assets. They interface with your customers, they perform critical activities, and you depend on them to keep your business running—essentially employees are the lifeblood of any business.
However, many entrepreneurs struggle with managing their employees. They find it difficult to hire the right people, they don’t get the performance they want, and they’re frustrated with ongoing problems. And, as we all know, poor employee performance can cripple a business.
This workbench will teach you the skills to get the results you want from your staff. We’ll cover practical hands-on examples, and you’ll learn techniques you can immediately apply in your business. Attendees are also welcome to bring specific issue to the session for discussion.
Skills you will learn:
How to know when you need to hire staff, or to grow your staff
How to interview potential employees and select the right ones
How to manage employees day-to-day and ensure you’re getting results
How much supervision you should give, and the right kind of supervision
How to keep your employees motivated and engaged
How to give feedback and correct problemsHow to avoid the key employee pitfalls that get entrepreneurs into trouble
What to do when you have employees supervising other employees
Who should attend:
Entrepreneurs who have one or more employees
Entrepreneurs who believe they might need to hire staff
Entrepreneurs who already have multiple employees and want to become more effective managers
Ticket Price!! PLEASE RSVP ON EVENTBRITE.
Impact Hub Member: $18.00 (must email Hannah for discount code)
General Admission: $50.00
Gerry Valentine is president of Vision Executive Coaching, where he helps entrepreneurs, business leaders, and companies succeed. In addition to being an entrepreneur himself, Gerry has 30+ years of leadership experience in companies ranging from Fortune 100s, like American Express and Pfizer, to small businesses and non-profit organizations. Gerry holds an MBA from New York University and a BS in engineering from Cornell University.
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders