Operations & Management Skills for Running a Small Business
Whether you are a new or seasoned entrepreneur, you are probably juggling many different roles in your business. Many business owners are experts on their own business but may not have all the business know-how to manage and lead the business effectively.
This session will cover:
The roles and functions in a business and how to get clear on your role in your business;
How to fill other roles and functions in your business and common hiring mistakes;
The tools and systems a business owner will need to ensure their business is running efficiently;
Identifying your management strengths;
How to build critical management skills for running a small business such as decision-making, delegating, communication, and business development skills;
In this session, business owners will learn the basics of business operations and gain valuable management skills required to successfully run and grow a business
Gain confidence in running their business;
Understand how to build a strong foundation in their business for growth;
Reduce stress by getting operations running more smoothly;
Understand how to increase profitability through business efficiency.
Reserve your seat today for this practical session with Corina Walsh of Shift People Development!
MBO clients, contact Alicia Ivany for client registration code: email@example.com
About the Facilitator:
Corina Walsh is an author, speaker, and award-winning entrepreneur. As a consultant and coach, she works with business owners and their teams to improve leadership and team effectiveness and build engaging workplace cultures. Corina has delivered her training programs and keynote addresses across Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Corina’s articles have been featured in the Huffington Post and Corina is a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. She was a Top 50 Leader Under 40 in Atlantic Canada for 2015 and a 2018 YWCA Woman of Distinction in Business. Corina published her first book, The Engaged Employee Blueprint, in 2017.