Use Outsourcing and Delegation to Run Your Business
- This Course is for anyone who would like to run their own business, not have to do it all themselves, and does not want to have to hire a bunch of staff
This Course is for those of you who would like to work on your own, or who are maybe already working on their own, but have hit a bottleneck. There's only so much work one person can handle on their own. So how can you expand or keep growing, without having to set up an office and hiring employees?
Well, it turns out you can do this by working with Freelancers. And in fact, Freelancers will give you access to the best talent worldwide (and not just your metro area, which would be your limit for employees).
And yet, usually, when you ask someone if they outsource to Freelancers, they reply with some horror story, or some reason or another as to why they cannot and will not delegate to Freelancers.
And they're not wrong!
Many things can go wrong when outsourcing to Freelancers, and many things do! On the other hand, when things go smoothly, the relationships can be extremely beneficial for both parties, becoming more and more so over time.
This course goes into detail with regards to hiring Freelancers and working with them, so that you can let them handle the other aspects of your business, while you concentrate on what you love to do.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who would like to get things done, using experts in the field no matter where they are around the world
- 03:11Who is this for?
- 01:10Let me know!
- 02:36Who this Course is NOT for
- 02:18The Benefits of Freelancers
- 01:53The Disadvantages of Freelancers
- 06:07My Story
- 04:18When Should you find Freelancers?
Robert is an Italian-English translator specializing in financial and legal documents who now runs his own Translation Agency, Lugano Translations. He is the treasurer for the Carolina Association of Translators and Interpreters (CATI), he has written books on Freelance Translation, and has spoken at ATA-sponsored events.
Robert has been a translator since childhood. These days, his clients include banks, corporations, non-profits, consulates, as well as private individuals.
Robert and his wife have been able to work remotely from all over the world, from Shanghai to Tuscany to Washington D.C. They currently live in Charlotte, North Carolina, with their two-year-old daughter.
His expertise is in Global Entrepreneurship, from both the perspective of the "hirer" as well as the "hiree". Robert also has a passion for languages, both for work and just for pleasure.
Hello and welcome to my profile page.
I'm Rebecca G Brizi, a business consultant, avid reader, and dedicated drinker of coffee.
Mainly: I'm a strong believer in how systems and plans make you better at your job. Because when you don't have to worry about "what comes next", you can use all your energy for growing your business.
My courses are all premised on this theory. This is material I use to consult with my clients and to run my own business. You will find courses for freelancers and courses for small businesses, and courses that apply to both.
A bit about my background: I spent eleven years working in a software company, joining at the initial startup phase and moving the company through a product change, to establishing a new market and subsidiary company in the United States. The latter was generating more than 45% of business growth (by volume and value) within 3 years.
Most importantly: I learned the impact of good strategy. In other words, the importance of ensuring all our business goals, plans, people, and resources were properly aligned and working towards the same goal.
Since March 2017 I work freelance providing consulting, training, and plan creations for small and medium sized businesses who are establishing their market or pursuing new growth strategies.
I hope you enjoy my courses, I hope you learn great new ideas for your business, and I encourage you to send me your questions, success stories, and comments.