Contractor... or babysitter? It’s Time for Structure, Order & Control • VIDEO

Anthony Capkun
May 21, 2018
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Spring is here, and the busy season is just around the corner—if not here already—but are you prepared? Are you losing profit due to constant callbacks and missed deadlines? Are you constantly having to fill in the missing pieces in the work your team failed to complete?

If you’re struggling with your leadership and time management, and just can’t seem to establish a good working environment and culture, then STOP babysitting your team and JOIN our “Level Up” columnist Andrew Houston for the webinar:

Contractor or Babysitter? It’s Time for Structure, Order & Control

This webinar occurred April 25, 2018. WATCH THE RECORDING (edited).

During this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

• Become a better leader with 5 Proven Steps that will help you create structure, order and control that lasts the life of your business.

Make your team accountable so that you can stop babysitting.

• Identify the weak spots in your business so you can start creating systems that work with your team and save you money.

• Become proactive instead of reactive with team members.

REGISTER

YOUR COACH is Andrew Houston, the owner and founder of Profit for Contractors. He has been coaching trades business owners for nearly a decade, helping them improve their business skills so they can achieve their personal and business goals. A graduate of George Brown College, Andrew achieved Industrial Controls Licensed Electrician as well as Electronics Engineering Technologist.

This webinar occurred April 25, 2018. WATCH THE RECORDING (edited).

And CLICK HERE for information on Andrew’s webinar dealing with Back-Costing, being held May 16, 2018, 2 pm EST.

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