Delegation is key to success, and you know that. So, you handed over a task or project to your team to get it done, but you’re so invested in the outcome that it’s hard to resist the urge to control everything that happens. This is called micromanaging, and it won’t help if you want to scale a successful business.  The truth is this: If you’re repeatedly peering over their shoulder

No matter what business you’re in, if your business employs people, there’s a chance that staff burnout will become a challenge at some point if it hasn’t already. Dealing with staff burnout as an effective leader means getting honest with yourself and your team, which can get tricky. But it’s worth it to avoid disengaged employees, subpar work performance, and high turnover.   Let’s dive a little deeper into the importance

Suzanne Hobbs, Christine Curtis, and Christoff J. Weihman return to discuss the question, does emotional intelligence matter in business? They share how they incorporate emotional intelligence with their effective leadership and management skills. We also talk about examples of using emotional intelligence in conjunction with other management skills to build teams at SocialBoothLV, Safe Haven and in the hospitality industry. Does Emotional Intelligence Matter in Business? Our guests this month

Choosing the right technology for your business can be a daunting process. Christine Curtis from SocialBoothLV tells us how she and her partner used their leadership and management skills to choose the technology they use in their business. We also talk about how she uses her management skills in her other business, Chaos Consult Repeat. Choosing the Right Technology for Your Business Christine Curtis the CEO and Owner of SocialBoothLV

Lindsay Parker, Sarah Binger, and Shawn Willis return to give us advice for building professionalism on your team. These successful women share how they use effective leadership and management skills to foster professional behavior on their teams. We also talk about using our management skills to stay cool when others are not being professional with us. Building Professionalism Today we talk about building professionalism in your business with our panel

Today Shawn Willis from 5AM Global talks to us about leading a business through a major transition. She shares how she uses effective leadership and management skills to lead her team to create effective marketing campaigns. Shawn also tells us about using her management skills to plan and execute her upcoming Breathe 2019 event. Leading a Business Through a Major Transition Our good friend Shawn Willis has returned to talk

Building a financial vision for your business can seem like a daunting task. Sarah Binger from Dreambuilder Bookkeeper joins us today to tell us how she uses her management skills to help her clients grow their revenue and their businesses. She also shares how she uses effective leadership and management skills to teach her clients good money habits and minimize their costs. Building a Financial Vision for Your Business Sarah

Diana Collins, Ashly Jordan, and Cynthia Nutter return to share how they are helping people meet their goals. We talk about how the Always With Me Foundation, My Education Connections, and CJ Nutter accounting services are really about making significant changes in peoples lives.  These women share how they use effective leadership and management skills to help their clients. Helping People Meet Their Goals This week our panel is back

Michelle Leaf and Jenny Fay return for our panel discussion where we start out by talking about helping people figure out what they want.

We spend one more episode with Emily Wilson where she tells how she goes about building connections through art. We talk about the importance of being a good listener as one of the most effective leadership and management skills.  Emily also discusses how patience has become critical to her own management skills and artistic style as she runs Emily Wilson Photography. Building Connections Through Art We get to have Emily