EGIA Contractor University™
Leadership for Entrepreneurs Workshop – by Gary Elekes
March 28, 2017 – Sacramento, CA
This leadership workshop is about how to improve the execution and profitability within a contracting company. We will discuss this process via leadership practices and a set of fundamentals, metrics and disciplines designed for operators. We will focus on establishing a clear and concise vision for a company, the core values and behaviors to eradicate adult day care issues, establishing a culture of performance, goal setting for each team member, the creation of a plan to attain those goals, the structure for implementing best practices including communication ideas, and a proven method for getting all your team members completely aligned to the goals. We will review how to transition the operator out of a do-it-all role and begin to delegate responsibility to a team of leaders and mid managers. This is a powerful operators workshop designed to highlight how to lead well and drive execution not just concepts, and all the tools to do so are included.
Who should attend:
Any company owner, manager, or aspiring manager in an organization who wants to improve.
Attendees of this workshop with will take away:
- A very specific process for leading a company to prosperity and developing your team. This will be the driver in how a culture of performance and accountability can be installed in any company.
- A planning tool to allow you implement new processes today and then reevaluate and make any necessary adjustments on an annual basis.
- Real world ideas and templates for tracking accountability in service, sales, installation.
- The yearly, monthly, weekly and daily reports tools will be handed out for attendees.
Gary Elekes is serial entrepreneur with a passion for helping others become more successful by sharing what he has learned during his 20+ years working closely with all facets of the contracting industry. During his career, Gary has held senior management positions at Lennox and Service Experts. In 2000, Gary moved into entrepreneurship and started his training and consulting business EPC. Today, EPC continues to support growth oriented businesses aspiring to reach 20% EBIT. He also designed the very first web based learning platform for the residential contracting industry, which acts as a support system for training and learning in HVAC and plumbing trades, and has over 5,000 subscribers.