As a business owner, you’re the person primarily responsible for your company’s finances. Not your bookkeeper. Not your accountant. You.
Designing an org chart is the first step to intentionally developing the systems your business needs to run as it should consistently—and without people dependency. Here’s our Guide to Creating Your Org Chart, so you can understand how an org chart works and start creating a company structure around positions and ...
Before you’re able to improve your business—and track progress—you need to understand where you’re starting from. Our Business Assessment will score you in each of the seven core areas of your business so you can see how you compare with owners like you—and where you have room to grow.
After more than two decades, "The EMyth Revisited" continues to top business bestseller lists and is considered required reading for anyone starting their own company. See the principles of the EMyth Approach in this free excerpt of Chapter One.
You constantly struggle to find the right employees. The hires you’re not crazy about stay and the ones you want to keep always leave. You often wonder if you’re missing something or if this is just the way it is.
For employees to perform well, they need to know what results they’re responsible for achieving. Position Agreements make this easy. They outline the specific work required for each position in your company so everyone knows their roles and responsibilities. And our free guide to Writing Position Agreements shows ...
When our clients start business coaching, it’s not uncommon to hear, “I only want one thing: for you to help me hire better people.”