personnel issues as large employers, minus the in-house re-
sources to address them. This dynamic presentation will help
you learn what you need to know as a small business owner
about your most critical success factor: your people. Staff En-
gagement what is it and what can it mean to your bottom
line? This workshop will give you practical, hands-on tips on
how to best manage your staff whether they are employees
and/or independent contractors.
· Discover how to handle downsizing, performance problems
and Kim McMahon, Let's Move, LLC, Clarksville, MD
and excitement. As owners, we report to ourselves, create our
own schedules, and focus on what we want. Later, much of the
euphoria has been replaced with long hours, multi-tasking, and
(possibly) some disillusionment. What happened to the origi-
nal fire? Is business ownership what we really wanted (in hind-
sight)? Can we get our old job back?
eventually gets us into trouble. Being passionate, driven and
willing to do anything blinds us to the realities of business
ownership and eventually crushes our joy and undermines our
ability to grow our business. What is required is a new mindset
and fresh perspective. We must become a planner, visionary,
leader, and manager and move away from the role of technical
expert, owner of all job duties, and exhausted business owner.
Join us in this strategy-packed session!
· Discover how to remove ineffective activities and increase
Books tutorial for SMMs
ment business, only profitability will help you keep it! This in-
troductory, interactive workshop will explore how to effectively
use the QuickBooks accounting program specifically for a Senior
Move Management business. You will learn how to set-up,
back-up and store your company files, and also receive valuable
accounting and bookkeeping tips. Our presenter will create a
sample SMM company, show participants how to enter income
and expenses, measure profitability and other essential statis-
tics. She also will demonstrate how to create useful reports so
you can understand your own profitability.