The Scaling Up Business Podcast is all about how a FEW companies make it … and why the REST don’t.
Verne Harnish is the founder of the world-renowned Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), with over 14,000 members worldwide. Founder and CEO of Scaling Up, a global executive education and coaching company with over 180 partners on six continents. He’s the author of the bestseller Mastering the Rockefeller Habits which is translated into 9 languages; his latest book Scaling Up (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) has won eight major international book awards.
In his Scaling Up Business Podcast, MyOutDesk is FEATURED on Remote Work + Health Crisis with Bill Gallager.
201: Daniel Ramsey — Setting up for Remote Work During a Health Crisis
Companies now have everyone working remotely. If you don’t have it yet, you’re about to. Remote work is becoming the new normal and most of us are not set up for it! This episode is all about ways you can optimize your working-from-home situation.
Daniel Ramsey is the Founder & CEO of MyOutDesk, a virtual assistant provider for businesses looking to take their needs offshore. Daniel has over 13 years of experience helping clients manage remote employees and has a quick checklist of all the tools, systems, and processes clients need to succeed.
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Daniel started his business in 2008, during the economic downturn, and had to think quickly about how to serve his clients. He helps his clients in four key areas, sales, administrative support, operations support, and marketing assistance.
In Daniel’s checklist, the first step is to understand who your audience is and what are the different things that matter to them. This could be your employees, clients, and vendors. Once you understand who you need to be talking to, the next is to develop a remote checklist.
Find your communication hub that everyone will use. Start your day with to-do tasks and end your day with a report on how those tasks went. Over-communication is critical at this time. Use video conference calls when chatting about important topics because that face-to-face interaction is critical.
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