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"Do you feel overwhelmed with staff development?" with Rosa Ponce de Leon, Leadership Strategist

Do you feel overwhelmed with staff development?

Do you ever feel overwhelmed with the responsibility of staff development?

You’re not alone. That is one of the biggest concerns that business owners share with me. They feel like there is never enough time to do all of the things they need to do and they feel pressured to focus on income generating tasks.

While those tasks are important, there still needs to be time to focus on helping your employees become high-performers. That can be accomplished in several ways:

  • Establish a robust training program – many underachieving employees aren’t performing to their potential because they didn’t receive adequate training. If this is a work in progress, take time to co-create a training program to get them up to speed. Be sure to catalog your processes so new hires can benefit from the materials you’re pulling together.

  • Invest in outside training – budget for external seminars and conferences that are not only industry specific, but specifically address unique challenges in your organization. When you invest in your employees they become excited to share their new found knowledge so your entire team benefits.

  • Bring in an expert – invest in a coach or strategist to come in and provide a done-for-you service to get your team firing on all cylinders. 


So many business owners think they need to do it all on their own, but the truth is, you don’t. It can often be more beneficial to bring in an outside source to bring a fresh perspective to your situation. They can offer strategies and tactics that can be implemented and produce immediate results.

When everyone on your team has a clear vision, experiences accountability, and can operate inside of a growth based culture everyone wins!

Are you ready to create a bulletproof culture? Schedule a free strategy call.

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