Kris talks with Angela Kim, founder and owner of Savor Beauty. They discuss what motivates Angela and what has been the most challenging aspect to growing and scaling her business. Angela [...]
Kris talks with Laura Patrick, founder of Kids Physio Group. They discuss what it’s like being a solopreneur with one location and evolving into a leader managing five clinics and 35 employees. [...]
There are several qualities that drive you and your entrepreneurial spirit. Here are some suggestions for avoiding wasting your brain space and your time dragging people along because they can’t [...]
Of course. What matters here is, is this decision in line with your overall philosophy for how you choose to pay people? How you pay/reward team members financially is a philosophical decision as [...]
We have an employee who continues to be unprepared for meetings and team calls. She’s the only one who isn’t prepared. We’ve coached her and provided checklists, but she just won’t get any better. What should we try next?
Remember we can’t change other humans. That’s their business. Your business is to hold her accountable for what she does or doesn’t deliver. If she is unprepared for a meeting, excuse her from [...]
I have someone on the team who is always going on and on about personal drama in her 1:1’s. I’m finding it hard to avoid these conversations, but they really are such a waste of time. What should I do to fix this?
A few things: Do you have a set agenda? Is it consistently the same each time you meet? Is your employee responsible for sharing back her progress on her goals/actions/etc…? Often this issue can [...]