How Progressive A&E Leaders Create Higher Profits and Happier Employees
Employees are the key to an A&E firm’s success. Yet many employees struggle to hit their full potential because of missing or flawed processes and systems, and lack of understanding about business best practices and why they are important. As a result, project profitability suffers and there is frustration at every level of the organization.
With a more progressive and strategic approach to employee development and establishment of business best practices, you can lead your employees to hit their full potential and at the same time, prepare your firm for the challenges and changes ahead in the future.
We will look at how traditional approaches to employees and firm management don’t work, and how you can quickly turn your firm around by impacting the mindset and behavior of your staff so they do the right things every day. By enabling and positioning your employees, through bottom-up leadership techniques, financial and systems training, streamlining business processes and automation, your firm’s profit margins can soar above industry averages.
Wednesday, June 26th, 1:00pm ET
After this 1 hour session, you will walk away knowing…
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12:00pm – 1:00pm Central
11:00am – 12:00pm Mountain
10:00am – 11:00am Pacific
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Your Host: June Jewell
June R. Jewell, CPA, is a leading expert on business success in the Architecture and Engineering industry, and author of the best-selling book, Find the Lost Dollars: 6 Steps to Increase Profits in Architecture, Engineering, and Environmental Firms. June and her team guide A&E firm leaders to reach top level industry profits by getting their employees to take ownership in their firm’s success and be financial guardians for their projects and clients. Through her extensive work with hundreds of A&E firms over the last 30 years, June has discovered that the key to business success is the firm’s employees and what they do every day that either waste time and leak profits or help the firm to grow and prosper. June and her team at AEC Business Solutions have developed a proven program to change employees’ mindsets and daily behaviors to increase productivity, financial performance and project success. You can learn more about June and her company at www.AECBusiness.com
What Our Clients Are Saying…
“While I have always been concerned for the client, the company, project performance and profits, as an engineer my focus has always been on the technical aspect of the work. This focus on quality and technical excellence will never change. What has changed, however, is my behavior and focus on how the technical discipline and the project management disciplines are inextricably tied. By changing the way I look at and value project management, I am helping my company serve our clients better AND Find Lost Dollars!”Lisa Wallis-Dutra
“The Find the Lost Dollars™ business management training program was exactly the type of program we needed to get our entire management team focused on profitability. It enabled us to train a core group of employees, all with different levels of experience, in a convenient and flexible format without loss of billable revenue and time out of the office.”Jim Meads, P.E.
“We plan to offer the Find the Lost Dollars training to more teams at Earth Systems, and continue to meet on a regular basis to implement the many great ideas and suggestions for improvement that came directly from our discussions. I recommend this program to Engineering and Geotech firms who are looking for an effective and convenient way to both train their staff on business best practices as well as gain momentum to move forward with key business improvements.”Craig S. Hill, P.E.
“The Find the Lost Dollars™ online training program was a perfect solution for quickly training a group of managers. Specifically focused on running a successful A&E firm, it provided our team with the foundation of a solid business education as well as guidance on best practices for sales, project management and optimizing resources. “Myrna Norman