As a founder, you were never really on the “manager career path.” You never made a conscious decision to be a manager. It’s not that you’re not good at managing people. The truth is you never wanted to manage people and you don’t enjoy managing people. So let me help you sit in that management seat and find a voice in it that you can feel good about.
What you’ll find in this episode:
- The five advantages of learning how to manage.
- Rule #1 – Don’t hire other people to manage your team until you know how to do it.
- The superpowers that every CEO must possess.
- All about the upcoming How to CEO program.
Featured on the Show and Other Notes:
- The next 12-week How to CEO program starts January 20, 2021. Go to howtoceojoin.com to get on the wait list.
– Classes meet once a week on Wednesdays.
– No more than 50 people in the class.
– Then there are office hour coaching sessions where we answer your questions and coach you directly.
– Register EARLY by December 31, 2020 and immediately get access to a bonus course called Managing Overwhelm for Female Entrepreneurs.
– We’re also going to do a live mini virtual retreat with Kris on January 2, 2021 that’s all about planning 2021. This is only available to people who register early.
- If you don’t like the group thing and prefer private, confidential, and personal advisory support, Kris offers private coaching. Ali Brown says it’s like having Kris on the Bat phone! She has two openings for private clients in December 2020.
- Kris is also doing two virtual strategy afternoons if you’d like to coach with her for 4 hours. If you’re interested, go to krisplachy.com/appointment and schedule time to meet with her team to see if it’s a good fit.
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