Far too often, business owners struggle to get their team members engaged in helping them make their business better. Instead, they simply work harder and harder by themselves trying to improve the business.
It happens because many business owners don’t communicate with their team about how their business works in a way that makes sense to them. When they start to talk about “strategy”, all the team hears is “blah, blah, blah” and they mentally check out. They don’t understand, they don’t see how their role fits and they don’t get why it matters.
But what if it were different? What if as a leader, your team listened with genuine interest, understood and got excited about their specific role in your business? It is possible!
Rich uses a powerful, two-part formula that captures the attention of team members at all levels and teaches leaders how to inspire them to get “radically engaged”.
The primary learning objectives of this presentation include:
Rich Allen has been a business coach and business advisor since 2007. His expertise is in the area of Performance Improvement, Coaching, Talent Management and Organizational Change.
He delivers this presentation either live on stage or in a virtual setting using interactive technology to keep participants actively interested and learning.
Over the past 13+ years, Rich has worked with hundreds of business owners and key leaders helping them solve their most difficult business challenges – most of which center around Team Engagement. Rich has authored two books, “Tour de Profit – a 52 Stage Race to Grow Your Business” (2011) and “The Ultimate Business Tune Up – a Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners” (2017). He is currently writing his 3rd book, “The Radically-Engaged Team” TM with plans to publish in 2020. Prior to his current career, Rich was a Division President with Pella Corporation responsible for the Entry Systems Division from 1998–2005. During his leadership, the division experienced over 300% growth and became the premier producer of products in their market.
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