Every new business should be concerned with leadership and management. Even if your startup doesn’t have employees, you likely have partners, advisors, contract workers, or even vendors who can make or break your business. So how do you make sure that everyone you work with has your company’s best interests at heart? How do you assemble the team that can start – and grow – a successful business?
We’ll start our discussion by making the case that no one – not even sole practitioners – should really go it alone. We’ll go on to describe how to find the right members for your team, and then how to manage and lead the folks who play integral roles in your company. Throughout our discussion, we’ll talk about what worked – and more importantly, what didn’t work – when we were building our own businesses. By the end of the hour, you’ll have everything you need to determine who should be on your team, and how you can empower and inspire each and every team member to make the contributions that makes your business a roaring success.