About This Episode
Breanne and Jill dig into Keila’s case study from the previous episode to glean some lessons that can be applied to a larger set of businesses. Keila shared with us three key elements for gaining control of how time flows in her business: creating partnerships with her clients, empowering her employees to collaborate, and stepping into a leadership role. Listen to the Visionary CEO Podcast to find out how you can apply the same principles to your business so that you have more time flexibility and keep yourself out of the day-to-day weeds.
[00:00] Thoughts on the recent Derek Chauvin trial verdict and Breanne reads attorney Desiree Attaway’s statement, followed by a moment of silence for all Black lived ended too early.
[4:13] Today we dig into Keila’s case study from the last episode to pull out some of the lessons to help apply them to a broader set of businesses.
[6:57] Creating partnerships with your clients.
[8:39] Putting some of the work back on the client – the difference between the guiding hand and the leading hand.
[12:01] Why you need the opportunity to fail.
[13:09] Minimize obstacles so long as it doesn’t negatively impact the outcome – your clients need to be challenged to learn.
[15:31] Getting your team members to ask the question, “How can I do better?” so that the business gets better.
[16:39] Leadership’s role is to remove obstacles that are preventing your team from doing their best work.
[25:01] Stepping into leadership and putting boundaries in place for how you manage and budget your time and knowing when to say no.
[30:14] Next time, we’ll be covering the thing about teams and delegation.
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