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Scaling Your Business - The Overlooked Impact on Employees

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Scaling Your Business - The Overlooked Impact on Employees
Scaling Your Business - The Overlooked Impact on Employees

Time & Location

31 oct 2023, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. GMT-5

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About the Event

Join us as we unveil the secret sauce to successful business scaling! Dive deep into the heart of business growth and discover why your employees are the cornerstone of every scaling milestone. From the moment you onboard your first team member, set the stage for success. We'll guide you on how to ensure every team member thrives from day one and is primed for every growth phase.

Topics discussed:

  • Your Team is Gold: Recognize the immense value your employees bring. Don't let them get lost in the shuffle of scaling.
  • Bonding is Key: That initial bond with your first hires? Priceless! Learn how to maintain and strengthen it.
  • Avoid the Downward Spiral: Scaling brings challenges. Don't overburden your star players. We'll show you how to prevent employee burnout and stagnation.
  • Lead, Don't Just Manage: Cultivate leaders who'll follow in your footsteps. It's about intention, not just direction.

This is a FREE webinar!

About the presenter:

Steven Turner is President of Flow Business Solution and COO of Beyond Resilience LLC. (new company)

He graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Business Administration. This, along with his appreciation and respect for UPS where he was on the management team while attending college, launched his business career on a leadership journey of success!

Steven has a proven 34-year management career with UPS. He provided leadership in the diverse environments of Operations, Finance & Accounting, and Technology at District, Region, and Corporate levels. This included five years in Europe at the beginning of UPS’ global expansion, where he was a Finance Director with responsibilities in 10 countries. Upon his return to the USA, he moved into UPS Information Services leading groups that designed, built, and deployed UPS financial systems for worldwide use.

His management career took him through 7 relocations across the USA and Europe. His responsibilities in the countries he covered globally solidified an important fact...cultures vary, but hearts do not. No matter where he went, he experienced the same reality. Employees will follow those who care about them, train them for success and appreciate who they are as individuals. His dedication to the individual lives of his employees and the value they provided in his business groups yielded him success in every position he held. He demonstrated the value of leading employees as opposed to managing them. “Systems, processes, and procedures should be managed. Employees should be led.”

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