Business Skills - The Essentials of Leadership Project Management and Finance
The following topics are included in this 2-book combo:
Book 1: A lot of business owners and managers get many things right, but there are also things they can do better. Take communication skills for example: Are you really effective enough at communicating. Are you good at delegating responsibilities?
Aside from this, we’ll touch on the topic of project management. People who work in projects, typically achieve more if they have been executed effectively. Real leaders get things done fast and proficiently. Are you that leader yet?
Last but not least, too many people dive into starting a business without realizing what it takes. They overlook many factors that will be a hinderance or addition to their business plans. In this guide, we’ll help you see this factors in advance so you don’t have to make silly mistakes that could be avoided.
Book 2: Today, we’ll tackle several skills and abilities you should master before you start or run a business. These are:
Communication tools and skills that are typically used in the workplace. Too many problems exist in businesses because of miscommunication, delays, and faulty reasoning.
Presentation skills. These will come in handy when selling, getting partners, negotiating, or marketing a product or service. We will go over some tips that can boost your presentation skills.
Management styles. It may come as a shock when you realize how many different ways there are to manage a business, and that one person will do it more effectively than another. Management lies at the heart of keeping things organized and staff employed, happy, and productive. This is an important skill to learn, and it is worth looking into the various styles that managers use.
Solving problems is the last topic in this book. After all, solving problems is all a business does. They have a product or service that is supposed to make life better. Learn more about effective problem-solving skills you may need as a business owner.