How to Create a Virtual Team and Not Lose Your MindBy Nina Kaufman, Esq.
If you haven’t figured it out by now, you’ll learn that there’s no way a busy small business owner can accomplish everything you need to in a given day. So you have two choices: leave things unfinished, or expand your capacity by developing a team.
But creating a team–one that works effectively–is both art and science. Especially if your team isn’t on-site and operates virtually. Or even better, is comprised of a collective of other small business owners to whom you outsource. How can you move beyond “just you” without losing your mind (and wasting $$$ in the process)?
Tune in as I talk to Sherley Grace, an award-winning certified coach and Business Growth and Leverage Expert. Sherley has successfully used teams in her own business, helping women entrepreneurs bust through overwhelm and grow a thriving business by leveraging their time, team and talents.
- Key elements in creating a solid collaborative team—especially one that may be operating virtually
- Internal housekeeping matters or systems that entrepreneurs should have in place in their business before they’re ready to “team up”?
- Sherley’s hot tips for managing a virtual team
- Special skills or factors that go into managing small business collaborative relationships?
For more about Sherley, visit her site, DiscoverYourPowerStrategies.com. Make sure to sign up for her free audio training program, “Leverage Your Business, Love Your Life” for tips and strategies to grow your business without sacrificing your life! Get immediate access at DiscoverLeverage.com.
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