According to your quiz results, you’ve developed leadership into an art form. You’ve created and successfully communicated a vision for your business that your employees can get behind. Congrats! That’s no small feat, my friend! You handle conflict, complaints, and challenges with aplomb. Plus, your employees look to you as an inspiration for how they can step up in their careers.
The trouble is you hate the day-to-day management that a small business requires. You find it challenging to drop down into the “getting it done” mode that managers exemplify. That’s not to say you aren’t a go-getter! You are! But dealing with improving employee performance and delegating the right tasks to the right team member often leave you scratching your head. You want to conquer the management role, but you have no idea where to start.
Don’t worry, you aren’t alone! It’s common for Legendary Leaders to stay in their comfort zone of creating the vision and culture they dreamed of for their business…even when they want to be the manager their team needs to perform at their best.
You don’t have to let that get in your way!
Hi, I’m Sara Skowronski, founder, and president of Eos HR Consulting, a Human Resource Consulting and Outsourcing Firm dedicated to serving small to mid-sized businesses to grow their revenue by taking the minutiae of human resource management off their plate.
Our team of HR professionals has helped hundreds of businesses in our collective 50+ years of working in Human Resources. Helping business owners traverse the gap between leading a team to managing employees in a way that supports the growth of their business is our passion.
Committing to taking on the role of performance management is not for the faint of heart. It requires dedication to learn how to work with your employees in a way that motivates them to give you their best. Luckily, you don’t have to go this alone!
You can overcome the employee management mistakes costing your business time, productivity, and dollars.
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