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April Logan Chamber Breakfast
18/04/2018 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am
“Shh don’t Mention the ‘S’ Word: Why simple systems are the key to building a simple profitable business you actually love”.
For the April 2018 Logan Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast we have Tamara Simon presenting the topic “Shh Don’t Mention the ‘S’ Word”
Mention the words ‘policy and procedures’ and most people either cringe or roll their eyes at you. When you mention these words or ‘systems’ to a small business owner, the usual response is: “I know I need them but…”
And often after the “but” comes
“I’m too busy”
“I don’t have the time”
“We’ve got them but they don’t work or no one uses them”
This straight talking presentation will show you:
why systems are essential (really)
3 mistakes when building systems
how to make them user-friendly so they actually work (and people use them)
1 simple strategy to manage interruptions
Tamara Simon is the Simple Systems Specialist known as The BSi.
Where most people see things as they are, Tamara sees things differently – she sees things in systems which reveal how things can be.
As a Speaker, Author and Coach driven by curiosity, change and simplicity, she helps small business owners solve problems and find untapped opportunities so they can implement simple systems which save time and make money.
With over 20 years’ experience in change management and business improvement, Tamara specialises in helping her clients get CLEAR on their Business, People and Systems so the business becomes simple, profitable and one everyone actually loves.
Tamara has published her first 2 business books including the first business book specifically for RTOs: The Five Little Business Pigs and The Five Little RTO Pigs.
Tamara’s leadership and management expertise was recognised as a Finalist in the Queensland Telstra Business Women’s Awards and the Australian Institute of Management (AIM)’s Excellence Awards. She is a Founding Contributing Author for Smallville – the website for small business owners who think big and her articles have also been published by Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) and Women’s Network Australia.
A hot breakfast is being provided as part of the event.
Please arrive at 6.45am for a 7.00am start.
The breakfast is being held in the Bistro of the Springwood Tower Apartment Hotel.
If you have special dietary requirements, please let us know at email@example.com