Are You In Control of Your Business? Or Is Your Business In Control of You?

  • Date: 09/07/2016

  • Time: 6PM

  • Location: LaunchPad NYIT: Old Westbury, New York 11568

  • September 7th, 2016 December 31st, 1969 America/New_York Are You In Control of Your Business? Or Is Your Business In Control of You?

    Designed for senior executives, this session will explore the real reasons that many companies end up losing momentum, become less profitable and add stress to the lives of owners and executives. Brian Turchin will walk you through his process for identifying growth obstacles, demonstrating real-world ways to improve systems and manage people. He’ll show you how to implement simple but effective solutions that produce real, measurable results.

    Learn how to:

    — Articulate your company’s vision so everyone “sees” it & buys in
    — Go from Endless Meeting to Final Decision – quickly
    — Delegate work to the right people so it gets done right – once and for all
    — Ask the 8 Key Questions that determine where you are going and how you can get there
    — Replace the “It’s not my job” mentality with a culture of accountability and discipline

    Bio:

    For over 25 years, Brian has helped owners and executives of successful companies identify and resolve problems that restrict growth and erode personal satisfaction. A leading implementer of EOS: The Entrepreneur Operating System, Brian integrates the principles that form the core of EOS into the systems and processes of organizations and the lives of individuals across North and South America. Clients have ranged from Fortune 500 corporations to bootstrapped start-ups, and all sizes in between, as well as individuals. For over a decade Brian has organized industry meet-up groups and run CEO roundtables across the greater New York area, including LISTnet’s CEO Council. As an angel investor and supporter of early-stage businesses, Brian has been a director and board member to a number of successful start-up companies. Brian serves on the boards of such industry groups as the NYTECH Council and LaunchPad LI. He is based in Merrick, NY.

    Make sure to register here!

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    LaunchPad NYIT: Old Westbury, New York 11568

Designed for senior executives, this session will explore the real reasons that many companies end up losing momentum, become less profitable and add stress to the lives of owners and executives. Brian Turchin will walk you through his process for identifying growth obstacles, demonstrating real-world ways to improve systems and manage people. He’ll show you how to implement simple but effective solutions that produce real, measurable results.

Learn how to:

— Articulate your company’s vision so everyone “sees” it & buys in
— Go from Endless Meeting to Final Decision – quickly
— Delegate work to the right people so it gets done right – once and for all
— Ask the 8 Key Questions that determine where you are going and how you can get there
— Replace the “It’s not my job” mentality with a culture of accountability and discipline

Bio:

For over 25 years, Brian has helped owners and executives of successful companies identify and resolve problems that restrict growth and erode personal satisfaction. A leading implementer of EOS: The Entrepreneur Operating System, Brian integrates the principles that form the core of EOS into the systems and processes of organizations and the lives of individuals across North and South America. Clients have ranged from Fortune 500 corporations to bootstrapped start-ups, and all sizes in between, as well as individuals. For over a decade Brian has organized industry meet-up groups and run CEO roundtables across the greater New York area, including LISTnet’s CEO Council. As an angel investor and supporter of early-stage businesses, Brian has been a director and board member to a number of successful start-up companies. Brian serves on the boards of such industry groups as the NYTECH Council and LaunchPad LI. He is based in Merrick, NY.

Make sure to register here!

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