P&M 37: You, You and your Systems, You and your People
No matter whether you’re a manager or executive employed within a large organisation or an employer there are three fundamental focus points that will help you be more effective, help your team be more productive and above all else give you more self-confidence. The fundamentals are you, you and your business systems, and you and your people.
Why do you appear in all three, because you’re the common denominator; because you are most important when it comes to your success, your business, your people and your self.
I’m joined by Chris Wildeboer and Jo Hassan. Together we make an unlikely lot because our respective expertise varies yet we are so complimentary. We’ve collaborated on projects and it just works!
Listen in as Chris, Jo and I unpack you:
- Why is it important to have self-awareness?
- What’s the value of systems in your day-to-day?
- How do you build and improve on relationships with others?
- What is a kickbike? … and a lot more!
About Chris and Jo
Chris Wildeboer is the founder of Balance Central and has been working in the Wellness Industry for over 15 years – today she is one of the highest qualified Qld practitioners currently working in her field.
Balance Central has grown rapidly through networking and word-of- mouth referrals and in particular Chris loves to work with people who are ready to recognize the recurring patterns that are holding them back in their life and their business. She helps them to achieve greater success through conscious awareness and a healthier work/life balance.
Chris describes herself as a Business Owner, an Author, a Teacher, a Student and mostly she loves to have good quality conversations. Chris loves gaining new perspectives for herself and others – bringing a greater conscious awareness for everyone. http://www.balancecentral.com.au
Using effective systems and tools, Jo transformed her own Pet Resort business from ‘trainwreck’ to award winner. She’s guided hundreds of entrepreneurs to achieve more balance in their lives because systems now control their business rather than their business controlling them. These businesses are as diverse as the solo professional working from the third bedroom to accountants to painting contractors to retail stores.
To live the Vibrant Business Vibrant Life ethos, Jo bakes cakes, creates photobooks and kicks a footbike.