COACHING UP - Building a Team That Works Without You
Wednesday, January 9, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (CST)
What You Will Discover:
- How to get your team to love their jobs
- How to get people to change without manipulation
- Tools to help create a powerful business culture
- Secrets of balance between work and home
- Focus energy and creativity for greater results
- Redefine what is possible for your team
ABOUT BRYAN DODGE: This is Bryan Dodge’s most popular and requested educational program. He will energize you to unleash your full potential by engaging you to new skills in how to lead today’s
generation. People do not want to be managed; they want to be coached and mentored in these ever-changing times. The goal of this training is to give you the tools to create a culture that stands strong during tough times. You will learn effective communication and team-building skills that will form the chemistry of a winning team that will step up and accomplish more when you are not with them. The end result is creating the momentum needed to succeed in our uncertain marketplace today.
When & Where
Business Acceleration System
The Business Acceleration System is dedicated to speeding the development of entrepreneurs by helping them acquire and apply the knowledge they need to grow their companies.
BAS uses a multi-faceted approach that includes coaching, expert technical assistance, classroom learning, and web-based instruction to deliver the right content at the right time. BAS clients are evaluated to determine development priorities and BAS coaches help to design customized learning plans for each entrepreneur.
BAS provides support to entrepreneurs throughout Central Louisiana. Funding from The Rapides Foundation and the State of Louisiana’s Office of Community Development makes our work possible. The entrepreneurs participating in BAS have been responsible for the creation of about 750 new jobs and $150 million in economic impact.
BAS does not charge entrepreneurs for services provided, but we expect our clients to also be willing to invest in their own development. BAS is managed by the Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance.