This workshop is about how to recruit the best staff for your business —and how to keep them Join a group of fellow entrepreneurs, small business owners, and a GrowthWheel Certified Advisor in this 4-hour workshop about creating the ideal team for your business! Explore the options for finding the right people for your organization and making sure that they stay. Target audience: This workshop is for growth companies with at ;east 3 years in business, within all industries. Purpose of the workshop The purpose of this workshop is to: • Review the current structure of your organization • Explore the opportunities for hiring new staff that pay back their costs • Work on the ideal profile for your next hire • Plan ongoing training to develop your employees • Make an action plan for recruiting and managing your staff Takeaway from the workshop When the workshop is over you will walk away with: • A toolstack to work with your employees • A 30-60-90 Days Action Plan for your next steps • Ideas and feedback from other entrepreneurs Hancock Whitney’s Small Business Matters is a unique collaboration among bankers, community leaders, non-profits and governmental agencies designed to educate and nurture business owners and their teams, with an emphasis on minority- and women-owned businesses. This no-cost, comprehensive entrepreneurship and small business outreach program concentrates on four key pillars of business success during multi-week training programs: Grow, Fund, Market, Manage.
Speaker(s): Rita Mitchell, Business Counselor, USM MS-SBDC April Williams, Training Specialist, MS-SBDC
Co-Sponsor(s): • Hancock Whitney Bank • The Legacy Business League
*** EVENT REGISTRATION ENDS 24 HOURS BEFORE THE EVENT *** Upon registration, you will receive a separate email that provides you with a unique Zoom Webinar link. Be sure to download the Zoom app onto your smartphone, tablet, desktop, or laptop. Upon completion of this informative webinar, you will receive the presentation slides from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fee: No Cost
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