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San Francisco CA 94104
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The majority of today’s start ups are founded by entrepreneurs with a tremendous amount of vision and ambition but little in the way of management education and experience. These founders then learn how to manage while on the job with varying degrees of success.
While many do eventually learn how to lead and manage people, this process is a long and painful one, and can frequently cause setbacks to the founder and the business. The intent of this workshop is to provide individuals with the management know how and expertise that will help them make their vision a reality.
Understand the difference between a worker, manager and leader: Understanding the different roles and their responsibilities is key, especially for an executive at a small company who might be called on to be all three at various points.
Learn the key responsibilities of a leader: Leaders are primarily tasked with vision, motivation and resource allocation, but what are these things and what does it mean to be good at each of them.
Learn the key responsibilities of a manager: Managers are primarily tasked with process and hiring. These are two key but often overlooked aspects of running a company.
Learn how to put together a hiring process: Talent is your number one asset. Learn how to put together an efficient hiring process.
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