Are you a small business owner who wants to build an effective leadership team to grow your business to the next level of stability and profitability?
Read through the following experiences and notice if any stand out as familiar to you.
- You are the owner of the business and yet it feels a lot of the time like the business owns you. You’re not getting the extra time you had hoped to have.
- Though it’s been a hard road, you have persevered and grown your business to where it is now. Though you are proud of your accomplishment, you feel somehow unsatisfied and you’re wondering what’s next for you.
- You feel isolated & burdened as a small business owner but struggle to get the support you need.
- You react impulsively to some of your employees and sometimes get yourself into trouble because of it.
- Your anxiety is growing by the day because you are avoiding facing and dealing with specific people and their situations.
- You avoid facing needed change for your business because you know it’ll be uncomfortable and potentially risky.
- You feel resistance from certain employees when you introduce changes to your business, even positive ones, and you aren’t quite sure about the best way to handle it.
- You’re caught in a cycle in which you get overwhelmed by your to-do list, which, in turn, keeps you from attending to the deeper level of change that needs to happen in your business, which, if attended to, would make you less overwhelmed by your to-do list.
- You are short on time and need targeted and efficient guidance to expedite your leadership development.
- Through constantly attending to the needs of others and putting out fires for so long as a business owner, you’ve lost touch with yourself, what matters to you and what your needs are. Deep down, you know it isn’t sustainable.
- You feel despair at times because you have lost key employees; it’s hard to retain good people. The steady stream of problems you face causes you to perpetually fantasize about selling your business.