Episode #195. When is the right time to hire in your business? Should you hire an OBM? Is it a good idea to hire for a role that won’t generate income? It’s time to get your hiring questions answered! Business strategist Kristen Westcott is here to get into the nitty-gritty of hiring. If you’ve been thinking about hiring, press play and get ready to build your dream team.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- The first thing to do when it feels chaotic in your business
- How to determine the right time to start hiring a team
- Should you hire someone if that role won’t generate income?
- What hiring a launch team can and can’t do for you
- When to consider hiring an online business manager
- How to build team culture when working with contractors
“Whether it’s your first hire or your third or fourth hire when you’re feeling overwhelmed, that’s a sign that you need to hire.”
“What in your business is making you feel heavy? Even if it’s a two-minute task that’s weighing on you. If you’re thinking about it all week long, it’s not a two-minute task anymore. It’s become a week-long task and it’s draining your energy for all of those other tasks.”
“Team culture is really important, especially when you are working with contractors because there’s the sense that they’re still running their own business. So it’s really important to do those team-building things.”
More About Kristen:
Kristen Westcott is a business growth and systems strategist and founder of the Freedom Track Method who has spent the last decade in the legal and education fields supporting leaders and students in the areas of goal setting, productivity and project management. After recognizing her true passion lies in serving entrepreneurs, Kristen honed her skills as a Director of Operations.
She quickly noticed that what was holding many business owners back wasn’t a lack of drive or ability, but a lack of foundational systems that could support the day-to-day operations of a scaling business. These days, she spends her time helping online coaches, copywriters and course creators scale without the frustration that massive growth often brings.