In this presentation called, "How to stay focused on your 2020 goals despite the inevitable distractions you'll face.", e4e partner Mary Kutheis presents Part 3 of the 2020 Planning Series.
In this presentation called, "Establishing Systems and Processes", e4e partner Bill Prenatt presents Part 2 of the 2020 Planning Series.
In this presentation called, "Choosing Direction", e4e partner Dale Furtwengler discusses how to discover techniques for overcoming the three challenges that make it difficult for business owners to set a direction for their business.
In this presentation called, " Repetition and Consistency: Training yourself to be a good dog!", e4e partner Thad James shows how measuring success and correcting failure is paramount to success in business. By installing consistent processes, business owners can quickly identify successful practices that will build consistent growth. And recognizing small failures quickly, allows adjustments to be made before the errors become too big to fix.
In this presentation called, "Building An Amazing Team", e4e partner Lori St. Clair shares the pitfalls and missteps she made and how she overcame them to develop an amazingly self-motivated, highly productive team.
In this presentation called, "Managing Growth", e4e partner Dale Furtwengler asks how effectively are you managing growth in day-to-day operations?
In this presentation called, "Taking the Mystery Out of Running Your Business", e4e partner Mark Brimer discusses some things you can to to make your business more predictable.
In this presentation called, "Lessons on Business & Life from the game of Chess", e4e partner Brian Rogers shares his love for the game and how it enhances his journey in life and business.
In this presentation called, "Spicing Up Your Morning Routine", e4e partner Lisa Oxenhandler shows you how to convert your morning routines from drudgery to exhilarating in a few simple steps.
In this presentation called, "Transforming Boring Routines", e4e partner Bill Higley shares methods for transforming boring routines into satisfying rituals with the power of the right questions, the right vocabulary, and the discipline of time limits.
In this presentation called, "Your Business Listing Online", e4e partner Will Hanke tells us some things that will help our business's online listings and some tools we can use to do those things.
In this presentation called, "Opposition Research", e4e partner Thad James tells us how knowing all we can about our competition can help us to grow our own businesses.
In this presentation called, "The Making Minutes Matter Method," e4e partner Mary Kutheis talks about using this method to reduce stress while increasing your contentment and joy.
In his presentation, e4e partner Bill Prenatt gives the audience advice on how to stop "keeping up" and instead to get out ahead.
In his presentation, e4e partner Jim Canada gives the audience some tips on making presentations to groups and facilitation group meetings. Jim speaks from his own experience of being uncomfortable giving speeches before large groups and what he does to overcome that discomfort.
In this presentation called, "How to Set Your Business on Auto-Pilot," e4e partner Will Hanke explains how he uses automation to make his business operations more efficient. He makes suggestions about what web applications have helped him, describes the types of tasks that are easily automated and show us how we can save a significant amount of time during our work day.
In this presentation called, "Power & Path to Self-Management & Shared Leadership," e4e partner Les Landes explains a new method of employee management. He advocates for giving workers more freedom of self-management and dismantling some of the traditional power structures in today's businesses that get in the way of productivity.
In this episode of Business APProved called, "Help My Website's Been Hacked!," e4e partner Will Hanke explains how you can protect your website from being hacked and what to do if you think it's been compromised. He discusses the importance of regularly backing up your website, a variety of apps and plugins that help make the process easier and how to make your website more secure.
In this Wisdom of the Community Workshop called, "Don't Wing It! Design Your Negotiations," e4e partner Glenda Woolley leads a discussion about how business leaders can plan their negotiation and difficult discussions. She describes key turning points in her own development as a business professional and team leader. E4e members and guests also contribute and offer advice on how to best communicate with your coworkers and employees.
In this presentation called "Cybercrime: Preventing a Victim Mindset," e4e partner Jared Peno explains how to be proactive about protecting personal and business information from cyber criminals. He describes common types if internet fraud, how cyber criminals obtain your information and questions you need to ask yourself when trying to protect your information.
In this presentation called "Running a Business While Life Happens," e4e partner Lisa Oxenhandler explains how she maintains a work/life balance and how "giving back" helps her through the stresses of running a business. She also opens a discussion on the importance of being grateful and not taking yourself too seriously.
In this presentation called "Unique, Memorable, Referred," e4e partner Thad James explains how to stand out from your competition and generate more referals.
In this presentation called "Leveraging LinkedIn," e4e partner Josh Levey explains how you can use your LinkedIn connections to produce quality leads for your business. He takes the audience through a simple three-step marketing campaign, explains the different statistics to pay attention to and gives examples of the types of copy that have proven most successful.
In this presentation called "What Every Business Owner Should Know About the Law," e4e partner Brian Rogers offers a few little known legal details that can significantly affect businesses and business owners. He covers some important technicalities of copy-write laws, how to protect trade secrets and things to watch out for in boilerplate documents.
In this presentation called "When Do You Cut the Cord, and Let That Prospect Go?," e4e partner John Eyres discusses the results of a survey answering that exact question. He offers different strategies for following up with prospects and explains how they might work differently in different industries. At the end of the presentation, John opens the floor for questions and advice from the audience.