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To grow your business, you’ll need a team. In this podcast, we learn how to create positions.

Series: How to build a great team
Cohost: Greg Hamlyn from Trades Coaching

In this series, we welcome Greg Hamlyn from ‘Trades Coaching’ back to the microphone to discuss the ongoing battle around building staff and retaining them. Obviously, this episode is about identifying and creating positions in your organisation, however the entire series is about finding staff and more importantly, keeping them.

You may remember Greg from these previous episodes, which formed the ‘How to stop competing on price and getting paid for bids, quotes & proposals’ series we conducted not too long ago.

Greg has been working with trade base organisations for a very long time and his expertise is well regarded in both the local Australian market, as well as the USA. With offices and staff in both countries, Greg and his team constantly strive to add value to businesses they work with and in this series, I’m glad to say that some of that value will be past on to our listeners also.

Episode 1. Identifying and creating positions within your organisation

As businesses start to grow, it becomes more and more necessary to develop a team, however creating new positions in a business is not something that should be taken lightly.

In this podcast, Greg talks to us about how we go about firstly figuring out what positions we need to create, then how to create those positions for staff to fill.

By doing that, we’re able to form a foundation that enables us to remove ourselves from that section of the business, so that we can focus o other areas.

Greg and the ‘Trades Coaching Team’ have generously prepared these epic business tools for The Site Shed listeners for absolutely FREE.

Make sure you grab them, they’re game changers!

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Matt Jones
Founder at The Site Shed
I'm the facilitator here at The Site Shed. My passion lies in doing anything that helps trade based organisations grow. My other company, Tradie Web Guys, helps tradespeople stand out online, while The Site Shed is all about education and resources.
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