Calgary, Alberta – Jan. 17, 2013 – Best-selling authorElizabeth Potter, a professional organizer, specializing in small business, recently published a blog discussing employee management and team building. The blog, titled “Small Business Management: If You Trust Your Team… Stop Micromanaging Them!” offers three specific reasons business owners should avoid micromanagement.
Potter writes “Do you give your trusted employees the resources and the autonomy they need to get the job done, or do you find yourself regularly micromanaging them?”
Elizabeth has a special talent that helps business owners work through their chaos and create simple systems unique to them through Systemized For Play Ltd (http://www.systemizedforplay.com/), formed in July 2010. Systemized for Play Ltd helps clients save time and money by offering office training, business organization, team building, and coaching, among other indispensible tools.
Potter has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX affiliates across the country as an expert guest on The Brian Tracy Show, and she has appeared in Forbes as one ofAmerica’s PremierExperts®. She has co-authored 2 Best-Selling books, “Cracking The Success Code” and “Change Agents” with Brian Tracy.Both books hit over 5 separate Amazon Best-Seller lists upon release. Her next book with Steve Forbes called “Successonomics” will be out in print later this year.
Elizabeth Potter was in Forbes Magazine in February 2013 and recently accepted to be a regular contributor on Money For Lunch radio show.
The entire blog can be found at http://www.systemizedforplay.com/blog/small-business-management-if-you-trust-your-team-stop-micromanaging-them.php.
About Elizabeth Potter:
Elizabeth Potter brings more than 25 years of experience with logistics, production, customer service and financing. Utilizing these skills, she opened her first company in 2007. As a professional organizer specializing in small business, she has built a reputation as a reliable, effective and proactive consultant. Elizabeth has worked with many small-business owners to create systems that help them understand and achieve greater efficiency and profitability.
Her largest project started in 2009 where she started LP Credit Resolution LLC (www.LPcreditresolution.com), a credit-buying company committed to helping at least 10,000 people with their credit. She has trained in the areas of computer science, economics, accounting software, business management, sales and marketing. She is a proud member of the American Credit Association, CEO Space and is on the view point panel for the Business Development Bank of Canada.