Is letting go of control over all things really an essential part of delegation?
Come enjoy continental breakfast while you listen to a panel of women business owners as they share how effective delegation allowed them to invest more time in working on growing their business instead of being busy with daily tasks that can be handed off to capable and trusted staff.
This event is hosted by the Salt lake Chamber and it is a collaboration between the Women's Business Center and the Utah Women's Networking Group and it created to Celebrate Small Business week.
About the Panelists:
Carrie Kelsch - A+ Garage Doors
Carrie Kelsch is a serial entrepreneur. Born and raised in Utah, she started her first company at age nineteen. After perusing a career in real estate as a mortgage broker and investor she opened her second company and has built that list to over eight, including award winning A Plus Garage Doors; Utah’s largest and fastest growing garage door service company. With conviction, vision, and a great team Carrie built these companies from the ground up; creating lasting growth, strategies and presence in all of her businesses.
Carrie lives in Herriman, Utah and has been married for 11 years; she has four children, three boys and one daughter. One of her goals twelve years ago was to create a company that her children could work for once they became of age. One of them currently work for A Plus Garage Doors.Amy Rasmussen - Blue Cattle Truck Trading