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Synchronizing Your Business for Success
AIA CES program ID: GMG.0008
Approved LUs: .5 LU|Elective
Program level: Entry
Advance learner preparation: None
Join us in this episode of the EntreArchitect, for an insightful conversation with Melanie Anne Towey, a trusted leader, and consulting resource within the building materials, architecture & design, and construction space. Melanie is a Professional EOS® Implementer and Business Coach with extensive experience in helping business leaders transform their companies and their lives. Throughout the conversation, Listeners will learn about the importance of aligning and synchronizing all the moving parts of your business to create clarity, accountability, efficiency, and profitability. Melanie's impressive credentials and extensive experience make this a must-listen episode for anyone looking to improve their business and personal growth.
- Identify the key factors that contribute to business success, including alignment, synchronization, and accountability.
- Evaluate the benefits of implementing a systematic framework in a business to improve clarity, efficiency, and profitability.
- Analyze the role of business coaching in helping leaders transform their companies and lives, and apply those insights to your own leadership style.
- Develop a plan to improve personal and business growth by implementing strategies and frameworks discussed in the podcast, such as aligning and synchronizing all the moving parts of your business.
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