Our passion in all that we do is to help you accelerate your Entrepreneurial Flight with information and interviews designed to help you grow yourself and your people, improve your processes, and deliver great financial performance!
PEOPLE • PROCESS • PERFORMANCE
Being prepared for your Transition means understanding what needs to be done. Todays vNacelle Insights podcast features Elizabeth Ledoux, our founder, and CEO, who is speaking on the difference between Transition and Succession and how they intersect.
We are kicking off 2018 with a new webcast – “vNacelle Insights”!
Our passion in all that we do is to help you accelerate your Entrepreneurial Flight with information and interviews designed to help you grow yourself and your people, improve your processes, and deliver great financial results!
It’s time to uncover the best version of you and map out your next move!
Happy New Year to everyone and here’s to a prosperous New Year from all of us here at vNacelle. This year we will be embarking upon a mission to explore business transitions and the TRD process.
What’s your plan for today, this week, this month or the next 6 years? Find out how to plan for the future you may not even realize is out there for you.
Unleashing our employees to reach their full potential is the opportunity for each of us as managers. A core component of achieving that goal is understanding what makes our people feel we care about them as people, and about their careers.
As a manager, there are few skills more important, and more overlooked, than stopping to listen to our team. We know from our own human experience how valued we feel when somebody takes the time to really listen and attempt to understand our ideas and opinions.
According to a study done by the University of California – Berkley, employees who are referred into our organizations perform better, and are 30% less likely to quit, than other referral sources.
It is not uncommon to find business owners who put off process projects because they believe it to be a costly exercise. Or, that improving processes is a complicated affair requiring a lot of time and commitment.