How to Get a Grip On Your Business With 2 Clicks In Asana
March 3rd at 11am - 12pm EST with Nick Sonnenberg
Learn how to set up a work management system for improved…
Trust that work will get done right.
Monitor progress from 30,000 feet.
Complete more projects on time
Put your efforts in the right place
Add clarity and priority to your work.
Collaborate and grow with your team.
Who will benefit from this webinar.
▸ Executives & Directors
▸ Remote & Semi-Remote Teams
▸ Entrepreneurs & Founders
▸ Team Leaders & Managers
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The 4 Steps You Need to Take Before Getting Started With a Work Management Tool
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Work is done in the right order, by the right person, on time
Nothing falls through the cracks
More time for revenue-generating activities
No one is overwhelmed or overloaded
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Hosted by Nick Sonnenberg
Operational Efficiency Expert
Nick Sonnenberg is the Founder & CEO of Leverage, a growth agency that helps organizations improve their efficiency by identifying and solving operational problems.
While building his company and leading a fully-remote team, Nick found that important tasks were falling through the cracks and people were not always putting their efforts in the right place. The problem was that he and his team had no clear system for prioritizing, organizing, and assigning work. He set out to solve this by implementing Asana, a work management tool, to keep everyone aligned.
But he soon realized that the tool itself was only half the battle. How you use it is far more important.
In this webinar, Nick will explain how to create a work management system using Asana. This system boosts transparency and accountability, saves time and money, and ensures everyone is putting their efforts in the right place without feeling stressed or overwhelmed. With a system like this, any team can generate a guaranteed ROI on their work management tool.