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Thinking about starting your own business? Do you know what it takes to be successful? Are you ready—and able—to achieve your goals? Come learn about the world of being an entrepreneur, including a review of critical areas such as planning, marketing, finance and operations. | FREE
Speaker: Stephen Webster, CEO, Wellfleet Enterprises, Inc.
As CEO of Wellfleet Enterprises, Inc., Stephen works with small and medium sized businesses to accelerate growth by eliminating internal barriers and focusing on the rapidly changing organizational, technology and competitive challenges they face.
With over three decades of executive leadership and most importantly, real-life, in-the-trenches business experience, his view is radically different. Stephen appreciates and understands that complexity is pervasive across all aspects of our lives and that reducing and eliminating complexity leads to increased focus and greater business success. Simplification enables results and happiness.
Stephen’s “No Fear” approach enables companies to capitalize on business opportunities, solve sales and operational challenges and eliminate business complexity. Stephen is known for his unique ability to get to the root cause of issues and for his coaching and leadership skills that bring out the best in people. He is known for his practical, street-savvy and realistic style. Stephen’s fusion of real-life experiences and his collaborative problem solving approach enable him to create real and sustainable change for his clients.
He is skilled facilitator, strategist and operational expert, utilizing the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) and other business process and prioritization tools to accelerate business change, performance and measurement. Stephen also facilitates the Established CEO and Emerging CEO groups at The Enterprise Center at Salem State. Stephen's blog can be found at www.swebman.com.
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