8-Things you need to know to GROW your BUSINESS!
If you are a new business owner struggling to grow your business or even if you have been an entrepreneur for a while with little success, the tips in this course will provide you with some clarity, and give you an idea of what you can do to turn things around in your business.
The principles discussed in this course are time-tested and right every time, as expected from a perspective that launches God’s truth into the business world. This course is a great resource to lead discussions on how God’s truth can increase business leaders’ and executives’ by framing the fundamental business disciplines in God’s Word and design.
Well Done! Although the phrase “Well Done” has a noble connotation to it, many business leaders, have difficulty describing and defining what those words look like in the life of a business led by a person of faith. In this course, Michael describes 8-Things you need to know that can help any leader who desires to grow their business and its Kingdom impact.
These principles help to create a strategic roadmap for leaders to hear the words “Well Done” at the end of their journey. Every leader deserves to hear the words Well Done. Life is too short, and business is too difficult to work throughout life and miss what matters most.
8-Things you need to know to GROW your BUSINESS challenges the Christian CEO to shift from an owner to steward mindset; recognizing that the business belongs to God and that their mission must align with His mission. Michael provides eight biblical principles that every Christian leader should adopt within their organization if they want to have a real kingdom impact. Each video and chapter present a single principle supported with scriptural references and real-world examples.
Are you a Christian businessman or woman? What are your biggest business challenges?
Who this course is for:
- Business Owners Who Want to Use Biblical strategies to Grow their Business
- If You’re New In Business & Want to Effectively Grow
- Anyone who is involved in strategy planning, managers, team leaders, and strategists
- Individuals who want to start their own company, but have not had the necessary business training
- Aspiring entrepreneurs, Start-up founders, and Ambitious managers