Being a business owner is one of the biggest challenges in your company; being a “Good” business owner takes thought, planning, and insight to the needs fo your employees, even though they may not know when you are doing it. What is it that separates a “Good Boss” from those others who we have all worked for? Most of us have never had a mentor, a tutor, or even necessarily a formal business education. In this presentation we will spell out in real-life experiences what it means and how to be a “Good Boss” (It may not mean what you think).
So you’re the boss, big deal. Why should I listen and respect you, what have you done to earn it? Sounds like a simple question; if you have given it the proper thought and done the preparation, it’s a simple answer. One you don’t even have to say out loud. Larry will show you have to do this work and prep, so you never have to worry about the answer.
What is a “Boss” and what do they look like
Defining the different types of bosses and their job description
Define why the “Job Description” of “Boss” has so little to do with the employees
When it is difficult but necessary to do the dirty-work
60 minutes interactive leature
(90-120 minutes is recommended)
Larry Heuvelman’s origianl content
Business Owners and Senior Leadership Team (SLT)
PowerPoint/Keynote, will use templated slides
Your sales process should start by identifying who you want your client to be, does your website? Before you ever met the client; what does it say about you, what message are you sending? Do you ask the potential client how you were referred rather than how did you hear about us? One way tells them how you work (referral), the other says you gather information. We will discuss the impressions you give a client before, during, and after meeting them. We will define your customer service rather than letting your client do it for you. The workshop will cover from (website) the first call through the entire sales process; how to prepare a contract, presentation to the client, and of course, the close. We will also touch on a bit of project mgmt, all part of having a unified process.
Typical Room Setup:
Projector(s) and Screen(s)
Apple DVI Port Adaptor
Elevated stage dependent on number of attendees
Unique Setup Request: