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As you’ve probably noticed, I recently renamed this podcast to Team Building for Wedding Pros, and the reason I did that was because this new name highlights the specific subject within the wedding industry which is my area of expertise – it’s what I am most passionate about when it comes to being a small business owner, it’s what I get the most questions about from other business owners, it’s what I enjoy helping others with the most, and it’s what I had begun to share more and more about on this podcast. So, after taking a little hiatus from recording, I decided to give the podcast a new name to reflect the specific subject matter that I plan on sharing the most about moving forward.
But, you might at some point have asked yourself the question: what does “team building” even really mean? What is a team, and what does it mean to build one?
In the most basic way, “team building” just means adding other people to your business. It includes recruiting, hiring, training, mentoring, maintaining, and sustaining a business with multiple people working inside of it. Maybe that was already pretty obvious to you, maybe not. But what I mean when I say “team building” is literally building a team of people to work within your business – from the ground up – and doing it the right way – the way that leads to a successful, sustainable, fulfilling and profitable business.
I’m sharing more about that today, and specifically, I am going to break down the 4 different types of team members you may add as you are building your team, how these titles might overlap, and finally, how to know whether or not it’s a good idea for you to have that type of team member on your team.