How do you manage a new team and still get your work done?

How do you manage a new team and still get your work done?

There’s a trap many of us fall into when we expand our team. It’s the management trap. It happens when we expand our team quickly – bringing on multiple new team members at once or in a short period of time – before we have systems in place to help us grow efficiently. Suddenly, we find ourselves managing and training a new team, creating and documenting systems as we go, and struggling to find a way to pay everyone when there’s no time left for generating new business.

Managing your team with a solo-business mindset

Managing your team with a solo-business mindset

Adding a team member won’t help you reach your goals unless you change the way you manage. Bold statement, I know. But it’s true. That independent, “can-do” spirit you’ve used to run your business as a solo-preneur is actually an obstacle when leading a team.  Let’s explore a few essential mindset shifts you need to consider when you begin leading a team.