If you've started your own business, then you're used to learning on the fly. But if you're ready to keep growing your business, then you should consider taking at least one of these courses.
health and safety
Staying up to date on OSHA guidelines to keep yourself, your employees, and your business at 100% is important. Find a basic health and safety course provider, like Ihasco or Rospa and double check that it's certified by the industry standard provider.
Whether you use an out-of-house IT firm or manage it all yourself, taking an ITIL course will help you learn the best design for your IT systems and make sure you know the lingo to be able to choose the best consultants.
If you think you have nothing left to learn about leadership, then your head is in the sand! Every great leader knows that self-improvement is key. How can you expect your employees to continue to strive for the best if you yourself don't do the same? Check out leadership courses designed for managers that will help you learn how to assess job candidates, effectively delegate, and anticipate difficulties.
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