How to GROW
Your Business By Working LESS


 
With Guest Expert
Lisbeth Calandrino

Thursday, 11/15/18
4:00PM Eastern Time
🕒 1:00PM Pacific (Los Angeles)
🕒 2:00PM Mountain (Denver)
🕒 3:00PM Central (Chicago)

 
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Overwork is epidemic among flooring retailers, with many putting in 50+ hours per week, and feeling frustrated because their business owns them instead of the other way around.  Instead of focusing on growing their dealership, too many dealers find themselves pulled in 57 different directions each day doing low value tasks.    

The good news is that you can gain control over your business by putting strong management strategies in place.  This allows you to effectively delegate the daily, operational tasks that keep you enslaved to your business.  Dealers who do this are able to focus on growing their business rather than slogging away on low value work.  It also allows dealers to cut their work hours, and enjoy a fantastic lifestyle, WHILE making more money.   


Topics Lisbeth will cover...

What sets great managers apart from the ordinary?
What gets in the way of your team achieving their goals AND your goals?
Almost all managers have at least 1 success-limiting habit.  What is yours?
How to motivate and empower your team to do their jobs at their maximum potential.
 
ABOUT LISBETH CALANDRINO

Lisbeth is a well-known and respected figure in the flooring industry.  Her column, LisBiz Strategies, appears in every issue of FCNews

She a regularly featured speaker at major industry events, including Surfaces.  And she is the author of several books, including “Red Hot Customer Service.”  

Lisbeth opened 7 carpet and furniture stores with her partners in NYC and upstate New York.  She helped build the businesses to over $10 Million in revenue before retiring in 1999. 

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