Why Doesn’t Every Family Business Leader Have A Great Administrative Assistant?

With the industry booming and workloads increasing, it is imperative for you, as the family business leader, to focus attention on high payoff business building activities rather than routine tasks someone else could handle better and more cheaply.
A great many – a shocking number, really – underestimate the importance of having terrific administrative help. They fail to realize that adding a terrific support team can make them even more productive and effective.
Listen to our blog this week as Wayne talks about this executive myopia and how they might find money and time by having the right support. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and comments.

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  1. Hello Wayne,
    Great topic for this weeks post. I am a new business (2 years of operation in the remodeling / construction field) and I added an ad-min early. I made the decision after researching the topic of successful business startup and came to the conclusion that I really couldn’t afford not to have an ad-min. I need another perspective, someone not caught up in the project stress, some one that can look at our business with a customers perspective. Its a sacrifice for me to have an ad-min, I believe that having one gives me an unfair advantage over my competitors. I think i’ve made a wise choice, time will be the final judge.

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