We’re back with another value-packed episode of the E-Commerce Performance Marketing Show! Our main goal here is to always give you the best advice and information to grow your online brand and business. That said, we aren’t diving right into marketing or advertising topics this time.
We want to focus on the bigger picture. How so? We’re talking about processes that allow you to grow your business and ultimately grow yourself out of your business. Specifically, we’re discussing leadership responsibilities and activities so that you can move more to a CEO level role in your business, hire a team, and enjoy a position where you have less stress and can delegate different aspects of your company to your trusted team members.
These are skills that can help you turn your E-Commerce business into the total package. By that we mean an asset that you can grow and sell, generating a massive amount of wealth that can potentially help your family for years to come. Furthermore, utilizing these concepts is a great way to make having great employees an easy feat with less stress and more productivity. It’s a great discussion on why having the right people in your business is so important for growth, how you can find them, and what you need to do to train them along the way. In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why you need to start hiring as soon as you’re able to put money back into your business.
- How using Loom to record everything you do is such a great way to create training videos and material for your staff.
- The reason why the time you put into team members is so important for the growth of your E-Commerce business.
- Why setting expectations is vital when onboarding your team.
- A specific hiring funnel designed to help you find and onboard your dream team.
Watch this episode of the E-Commerce Performance Marketing Show as our host, Josh Marsden, the international bestselling author of Facebook Advertising Trends and Strategies for E-Commerce and as seen or heard on Entrepreneurs on Fire, SuperFastBusiness, and The Huffington Post discusses how to train and hire a team in your E-Commerce business.