As a leader, whether you’re a project manager, team lead or business owner, you’re tasked with turning vision into reality – to turn ideas into plans, goals into results. But in the midst of constant change and rapid growth, how do you continue to empower your team? Balance people development, process and systems design? What’s your thinking process for how you go about managing today’s change project?
It’s about leaving nothing to chance. It starts by getting everyone truly on board, getting clear on whose accountable for what, and getting clear data and information back to you every step of the way. Having the ability to effectively delegate tasks and assignments and regulate their progress is a skill that leads to having the kind of working relationships you probably have only dreamed of.
Join Jonathan Raymond, Chief Brand Officer from EMyth on Wednesday, May 14 from 2:00 – 3:00 PM EDT for this free and informative online event from the people who brought you the #5 best selling business book of all time, “The EMyth Revisited.”
Key takeaways you can put into action include:
- Learn EMyth’s 9 step framework to help you lead your projects and grow your business more effectively.
- Lead your team through your change project with increased agility, clarity and reduce the risk of burnout.
- Discover how to plan and manage projects while staying true to your core values and purpose.
- Take the next step as a leader in the art of balancing people, process and systems in real-time.
EMyth is the global leader in transformational business coaching. We’ve inspired more than seven million business owners through our best-selling book, and we’ve coached more than 70,000 owners to become better leaders, systematize their business and simultaneously find ownership and meaning in their work. Grounded in 35 years of hands-on client experience, EMyth helps small and midsize businesses grow through a comprehensive business coaching curriculum available through a cloud-based platform and personal, hands-on guidance with a certified coach.Posted in Team & Project Management | Tagged change management, Decision Making, effective leadership, Leadership, management, managing teams, productivity, project management, team collaboration, team leader, Working Teams