NCI 'Teamwork' Webinar Set for Nov. 11

When a business operates in a state of chaotic disarray, it threatens to bring down the entire company. Building a cohesive team demands real leadership and that requires courage and insight. David Holt tells you how.

Most small businesses do not function well as a team. In fact, most are quite dysfunctional. When a business operates in a state of chaotic disarray, it threatens to bring down the entire company. Building a cohesive team demands real leadership and that requires courage and insight.

NCI Business Coach David Holt.

National Comfort Institute Business Coach David Holt says that, as difficult as it is to build a cohesive team, it's really not that complicated. In fact, keeping it simple is critical to your success. It doesn't matter if you run the executive staff of a multi-location company, manage a department within a larger business, or even if you're an owner/operator of a small shop, the principles discussed in this webinar still apply.

David Holt will help HVAC business owners and managers identify and eliminate the issues that lead to a dysfunctional team, in a webinar — The Real Power of Teamwork — on Nov. 11, from 11AM to noon EST.

Benefits to having a team that works together include:

  • Your customers will happily pay their bills in full and on time.
  • Vendors will provide better service when you're able to pay them in full and on time.
  • You'll receive more referrals from happy customers and vendors.
  • Your community will hold you in high esteem, leading to greater opportunities to serve.
  • Your team members will be happier and less likely to look for greener pastures.
  • Your business will earn the double-digit net profits that you deserve.

For additional details and to register, visit the NCi Webinar Series Program.

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