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Lunch and Learn Nov 22

Date: 22 Nov 2019, 12:30pm - 2:30pm (GMT+10:00) Sydney



Most small business owners understand only too well that there are always too many things that need to be done yesterday. Being under-resourced, both from a time and a staffing perspective, is a continual challenge.

Setting a clear organisational structure ensures that everyone understands their responsibilities to the business. It also helps you identify where you may need to outsource to ensure the cogs keep moving.

In this Lunch & Learn session we'll cover:
✅ The 4 key principles in an organisational chart
✅ Freeing up time and capacity
✅ The 10 'hats' in every business
✅ The function, roles and expectations within each department

Our Lunch Learn Program combines two of life's essentials; food and knowledge. And what better way to combine the two than with a 2 course catered lunch alongside like-minded business owners who are keen to learn & network. A more casual alternative to formal training and seminars, the best lunch and learns become an integral part of company culture - and a tasty perk that everyone looks forward to.

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