If you are the owner, leader or manager of an entrepreneurial organization who wants to see your business consistently run better and grow faster, Bobi Siembieda and EOS can help you and your team simplify, clarify and achieve your vision.
Even the most successful entrepreneurs occasionally find running a business more challenging than they expected. Many work longer hours and get less return on their investment of time and money than they would like.
Most entrepreneurs regularly grapple with one or more of the following challenges:
Lack of control - over time, the market, or the company
People - don’t listen, understand or follow through
Profit - there's not enough of it
Growth - is okay, but they just can’t seem to break through to the next level
Magic Pills - Lots of remedies and quick fixes have come and gone, but the wheels are still spinning
If these problems seem all too familiar, you’re not alone. It doesn’t have to be that way. Bobi has been helping entrepreneurs and their leadership teams succeed.
In this dynamic presentation, Bobi will introduce you to the Six Key Components™ of successful businesses. She’ll arm you with a set of simple, practical tools you and your leadership team can begin using right away to get better results.
Attendees will walk away understanding the power of focus, clear on priorities and issues, understanding what it means to be healthy and smart, and using tools that help them gain more traction. Don’t let the company run you – get a grip on your business.
YOUR WOD LEADER, BOBI SIEMBEDA
Bobi is the founding principal of Conrad Business Results. Having either worked in, managed, serviced or run an entrepreneurial business her entire career, she is driven by the passion to contribute to the economic growth engine of our country. She is a seasoned business strategist, Professional EOS Implementer and business execution coach. She collaborates with Business Owners and Their Leadership Teams teaching them "how to fish" so that they get more of what they want from their business.
Prior to owning Conrad, she cofounded and started a technology company where she led a team to develop a new piece of software and successfully take it to market. She has worn all the hats you as business owners wear. Her experience spans from working with entrepreneurial startups to multi-national Fortune 500 companies that grew up out of their entrepreneurial spirit and genius and has participated in a combination of startup/incubations, business sales and acquisitions playing a key role to integrate culture and process with domestic and international consideration.