It’s tough to run a growing company. I know I’ve done it.
But I’ve also learned why it’s tough and what you can do to make it easier. You see, company owners have built their success on product knowledge and sales ability. Then they reach a stage where that’s no longer enough to maximize the full potential of their firm.
Why is that no longer enough? Because you reach a point where instead of making a product and selling it, you have to build an organization that does that – and does it at a profit! That means you need to get better at being a CEO.
Where do you go to learn those skills? A CEO of a large firm has MBA programs to attend. But if you run a company with 10 to 100 employees, you’re on your own. At least that’s how I felt 30 years ago when I started my first company. There’s no CEO school for people like us. Till now.
I’ve been coaching and consulting with business owners since 1994 and now I’m packaging what I’ve seen working with all those companies into CEO BOOT CAMP
The CEO Boot Camp is a way to share things I wish someone had told me about running a small firm. I want you to learn the skills that will help you take your company to the next stage of growth, without having to make the mistakes I had to learn from.
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