In the 2nd video, I showed you how to take volumes of processes, consolidate them into simple process names and organize them into four key functions – the four key functions of every business. The goal is to minimize the total amount of content to make your processes easier to use and easier to find.
Here’s the second video just in case you missed it, or maybe you’d like to watch it again.
So now that you have your processes written, and you’ve got them consolidated and organized, how do you make them easily available to your employees?
Not everyone needs everything, right? They only need the processes that are relevant to their role in your organization.
When a new employee starts, their manager wants to get the training done as quickly and easily as possible. What would it be like if they could click on the employee’s role and all the processes needed for their training and management were available?
In this video, I address the issue of getting the right processes in front of the right employees so they have easy access to what they need to get the job done right.
What this means for you, is you’ll have a quick and easy training plan and an effective employee management system. Enjoy your freedom!
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In the next video, I’m going to open up a program, and I’ll be taking on a limited number of entrepreneurs who want to go deeper – to actually create the foundation of their very own process-dependent business.
If you’re ready to move forward, to get mastery over your business, to transform your business and your life, then look for the next email next Tuesday.
And, be sure to reach out to us if you have any questions about the exercise I offer in the video on how to create and implement your organizational chart.
Click the image above and download a document on Organizational Strategy and how to create an org chart for your own business.