Grow Your Business Faster: A Business Development Series: Delegating – You Really SHOULDN'T be Doing That!
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Part 8: Delegating: You Really SHOULDN'T Be Doing That
There is a common belief that only big businesses can afford to hire many employees, while the smaller ones, let alone the solopreneurs, simply have to stick to the DIY.
Remote work has enabled the gig economy to flourish, powered by the convenient freelance marketplaces where everybody and I mean everybody can get the expert help they need when they need it and only spend what they can afford.
In this workshop, you will learn:
CCEUs will be available for this program:
- What to outsource as a solopreneur or small business
- How to outsource effectively
- Places to search for the services you need
1 Resource Development credit.
This is the final workshop of the eight-part series called Grow Your Business Faster: A Business Development Series.
It's the business development series for coaches that you don't want to miss!
This free series will take you from creating a business plan to networking in eight information-packed workshops, delivered virtually via Zoom. You can sign up for any or all of the sessions in the series, which runs from Wednesdays from July 13 through August 31. Mosaic Business Consulting Owner and President Laura Wagenknecht, MSW, CEC, CMT, is presenting this series to help coaches and aspiring coaches build their businesses.
Here is the full schedule for the eight-part series. Click the hyperlinks below to go directly to registration for other events.
Meet Your Presenter: Laura Wagenknecht, MSW, CEC, CMT
Laura Wagenknecht, president and owner of Mosaic Business Consulting, has more than 35 years of professional experience and more than 20 years of executive experience.
With a mosaic of background skills, including working in hospitality, retail, healthcare, therapy, nonprofit, and higher education, Laura can relate to many issues and challenges facing businesses.
Laura is deeply passionate about helping women and people of color become more successful in their businesses.