Managing Employees

Strategies for Building a High-Performing Team

From hiring to motivating to compensating, here's what you need to know to help drive your team to achieve more.
Entrepreneur Staff
2 min read

One thing even the most capable business owners soon come to realize: You can’t do it all yourself.

In order to build the business of your dreams, you need to be able to delegate and have the confidence that those tasks will be completed at or above expectations. But how do you go about hiring and maintaining an all-star team?

To find out, watch the free webinar, “Strategies for Building a High-Performing Team,” presented by NetSuite and Entrepreneur. Entrepreneur VIP Contributor and author Jill Schiefelbein will host a conversation with Corey Schroeder, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Outdoor Living Brands, for a deep dive into four philosophies that are essential for building high-performing teams.

We’ll share strategies and ideas that will help you:

  • Bring the right people into your organization and on your teams by setting clear roles, responsibilities, and goals.
  • Know how to best support your teams so that they continually meet and exceed expectations.
  • Communicate strategically with each member of your team to ensure that no balls are dropped and no opportunities are missed.
  • Understand how to best structure performance-based compensation, including Schroeder’s own 51 percent rule, that will help drive your teams to achieve more.

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