Does your Business Need a Tune Up?

Building and managing a small business is hard work and the success of a business can easily become subsidized by unsustainable stress on the business owner! Without a clear, comprehensive decision-making framework that includes quality of life outcomes, the viability of a business may be dependent on a perpetual, self-sacrificing process. But true business success comes from making personal and professional choices that are both aimed at enhancing synergy and originating from a position of healthy self-interest.

This two-hour interactive workshop offers small business owners a straight forward, scientific approach to addressing the time management challenges every entrepreneur faces. Participants will learn how to apply engineering principles to achieve success and greater well-being through better work-life alignment. Using a process that is effective and easy to understand, each person will identify an action they can implement immediately!

Through engaging exercises, concepts covered will include critical quality attributes, the Pareto principle and “quality-by-design” processes in the context of healthy self-interest. Exploring these ideas will provide everyone with an opportunity to share their specific challenges. Participants will have the chance to discuss their experiences with other small business owners and each will walk away with a short self-assessment used to identify steps they can immediately take to achieve greater well-being!

Date: May 16, 2019
Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Arlington Economic Development
1100 N. Glebe Road, Suite 1500
Arlington, VA 22201
Fee: Free, Registration Required
Registration: Registration Now Closed
For more information, please contact:
Name: AED Events Team
Phone: 703-228-0808
Email: [email protected]
Meeting Materials:
Event Flyer
 


Featured Presenter
 

Nanc Sajjadi

Nancy Sajjadi, M.Sc.

Founder and Principal Consultant

Life Quality by Design, LLC


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