I am grateful to the woman who recommended me to John Nieuwenburg.
The day I sat down with John was the day my business trajectory changed. My flight was slow until John provided me with clear strategies for positive change and helped me to see that much of what I need to be more successful are learn-able business skills.
John has a gift for quickly assessing what is a needed and offering clear, personalized solution for business success.
I attended his one day Results Program Workshop and was able to immediately apply what I learned the next day. I met people at the workshop who have had transformative results through working with John.
You can count on John to offer excellence and to go the extra mile in supporting you in your success. If you want to grow yourself and your business, give John a call.
- Kelly Monjazeb
Learn the difference between delegation and abdication.
Rate Your Delegation Skills
On a scale of one to five, where would you currently rate your delegation skills? Do you need to be the final approval step of every piece of business from day to day? Or are you as hands off as they come, entrusting responsible team members to make sure that the wheels keep turning smoothly? I'd be willing to bet that you fall closer to the first option than the second. No matter what your reasons for hanging on are, I can assure you that proper delegation will keep your business running as efficiently as possible.
Decide on the Level of Responsibility
Delegation does not equal abdication. Shifting responsibilities to other members of your team should not leave them feeling uneasy, unconfident, and unsupported. In fact, it's just the opposite. You need to have a conversation with each member of your team that allows both of you to assess what level of responsibility is appropriate and comfortable for that unique individual. Members of a team work together to ensure that nothing slips through the cracks. Once the level of responsibility is set, hold your team accountable for following through on the plan. Just don't forget to support them in their work.
When I first began working with John, I was just starting my practice. I had no business education or training, and was doing my best to learn on my own. It became very clear that I needed help and through a stroke of luck, I connected with John. We worked together for 4 months. In those 4 months, he helped me go from 3-4 clients per week to 13-14, which according to other professionals in my line of work shouldn’t have been possible at that stage of my career. Another 3 months later and my practice was full.
John gave me some fantastic advice and valuable opportunities, helped me work through some really tough decisions, and provided me a whole quiver of very effective tools. John’s wealth of experience and expertise are obvious when you work with him. He is warm and caring, and it was obvious that he was fully and personally invested in my success. Additionally, he knows how to push you in a way that makes you want to kick some serious ass. And who wouldn’t want that?
- Jason Winters, PhD Therapist
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