Sales and systems for solopreneurs and consultants from bootstrapping my remote consultancy to $5M & beyond.
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Using a Fractional COO in your business may be something to consider in 2023. So you’ll need to know more about Fractional COO rates. More well-known fractional executive roles historically were either a Fractional CFO or Fractional CMO. Comparatively, a Fractional COO can help across both of those areas
Let's first set some context. You’re NOT hybrid if... * Office days are mandated * Remote work needs approval * Culture only happens face-to-face * Most of your team is in one location * Information gets trapped in buildings * Some meetings are only for the office * Brainstorming must take place in person * In-office workers
The BIG myths you’re told about the office. The facts employers don’t want you to see. So they can force “return to office.”
Think about a workplace where there were no more meetings. Just 2 hours less meetings per week is two more weeks of work per year.
We used to spend all our time managing email. Now we do the same in our messaging tool. It's not the fault of these tools though as I've been saying the last 5+ years [https://kenyarmosh.com/right-way-use-slack-not-breaking-up/]. We do that to ourselves. We crave immediacy and distraction. Nir Eyal