We’ve said “Your business is a reflection of you” for decades. But what can you do with that? This isn’t about beating yourself up, it’s about understanding and accepting yourself to become a better leader. All businesses have dysfunction: the issue is your relationship to dysfunction. Do you invest resources to work ON it or do you work around it?
Some of the things you will learn and benefit from are:
Part of becoming a more effective manager is questioning your assumptions about what management actually is. And while there’s a lot of good writing about important topics like transparency and real delegation, intuition is one of the qualities of a great manager that’s often misunderstood.
Join EMyth’s CEO, Jonathan Raymond, for a candid discussion on intuition, how it works, how you can grow as an intuitive manager and the dramatic effect it can have on your time and bottom line.
With Tricia Huebner, EMyth Director of Training
Employees are the face of a company, regardless of whether the business is a modest startup or multinational corporation. People have an especially big influence on your company’s brand. In fact, they are your brand.
That is why employee training and ongoing development is extremely important. With the right guidance, information and tools, you can create a training program that gives you a competitive advantage and delivers a big payoff compared to the investment.
With Slade Machamer, EMyth Director of Sales
Sales training companies are coming out of the woodwork who claim to be on the cutting edge of a new approach to selling, but these values can’t be put on like a new coat of paint after a weekend seminar. They have to be rooted out, found dormant in the organization and brought back to life. And, if they’re nowhere to be found, there is some serious work to be done on the part of the owner to find where the passion went.