How Do You Get New Employees Invested in Your Mission as You Scale?

Entrepreneurs would probably find something to like in the video incorporated into this article. The video consisted of an interview of Liz Chmela, founder of “Made By We.” Made by We is a company which works with non-profit organizations of all sizes assisting them with projects. The unique thing about this business is that it employs only four people but farms out the work to be done on these projects. This arrangement has been challenging for the company at times because Ms. Chmela is sometimes unfamiliar with the individuals who work on the projects, but must still coordinate in an intelligent manner with the clients.

Key Takeaways:

  • Business professionals are well known for their leadership abilities on the whole. Invest in an all new mission during a renewed scaling effort too.
  • Try to get employees actively involved in the planning process as it starts. The mission will be more successful with creative talent on board.
  • Business professionals sat down for an interview that detailed these concepts. Scaling and other concepts are discussed in detail by those in the know.

“On this episode of Resilience, Liz Rose Chmela, founder of Made By We, shares how she dealt with scaling her business while remaining true to her and her client’s missions.”

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