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10 Ways to Kill a Business: Learn from Other's Mistakes - 5950
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This webinar outlines mistakes made by past business owners, investors, and managers. What can we learn from their mistakes so we can avoid making them ourselves? How can we humble ourselves to take a critical view of our current business strategies and be honest with ourselves regarding them? How can we create a safe environment where we can address concerns and develop a go forward strategy for growth?

10/7/2016
When: 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Where: Webinar/Webcast
United States
Contact: April Deneault

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Acronym ETWKB1
CPE 2 hours
Category
Management
Level Intermediate
Vendor Executive Education, Inc.
Who should attend

CEOs, CFOs, Controllers, CPA Firm Partners and those who aspire to be upper level financial professionals

Prerequisite
Some management experience
Fees: Early Bird
Standard
Member N/A
$79
Non-Member: N/A
$79

Description: 

In uncertain and unpredictable economic conditions, there is little or no room for strategic or tactical errors.  Our current conditions are not as forgiving as they were when communications were slower and more methodical.  Everything moves at the speed of sound, if not light, and our mistakes exponentially hurt us at the same rate.
 
This webinar outlines mistakes made by past business owners, investors, and managers.  What can we learn from their mistakes so we can avoid making them ourselves?  How can we humble ourselves to take a critical view of our current business strategies and be honest with ourselves regarding them?  How can we create a safe environment where we can address concerns and develop a go forward strategy for growth?



Specific topics include:

  • Avoiding risk without potential reward as it relates to financial models and decisions
  • Payroll tax nightmares
  • Not segregating personal and business assets
  • Ignoring financial data
  • Not respecting the value of culture development
  • Offending employees by not demonstrate respect
  • Delegating business development to a non-motivated staff</li><li>Missing the boat on the value of ‘showing up’
  • Refusing to listen to employees

Objectives

  • Learn 10 ways owners can destroy a business

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