Every Skilled and Professional Service business is initially built on the foundations of the Technical Skills of the founders. However, building a successful organisation is more about the skills which have not been developed in either professional education or training. This is the ‘Skills Paradox’ – highly skilled people are missing critical business skills to succeed. These crucial missing skills are related to Increasing Revenue, Developing People for Performance and building Efficiency through Measurement, as well as critical Mindset and Emotional Intelligence skills.
Join Simon Frayne, Formula 1 for Business, for another Stirling Business Association informal Business Breakfast as Simon shares why defeating this skills paradox is critical to your success and it’s the Mental and Emotional Skills that underpin all other Business Skills.
Stirling Business Association hosts several informal and casual Business Breakfasts during the year to provide SBA members and the wider small business community access to a broad range of relevant business issues presented by dynamic presenters. The breakfasts are relaxed and casual and the presenters accessible so you feel comfortable to ask those burning questions while having the opportunity to meet and connect with a diverse range of local small businesses. The morning will begin with mingling, followed by a sit-down hot breakfast and coffee as you enjoy listening to your guest speaker.
Matt Cooper – “I’m looking forward to the next breakfast! Good food, good content and good networking.”
Karen Bradshaw – “A great brekkie event with a very interesting topic and stories. It was good to meet some new guests/members.”
Ockert Du Plooy – “Thanks SBA! Was a great brekkie, discussions & networking! Look forward to the next one.”
Simon Frayne specialises in evolving Skilled Service Businesses – helping Owners develop and implement growth strategy that multiplies their money while dramatically reducing their ‘tech-time’ working in the business. An international author, Simon travels extensively and delivers keynote presentation and seminars on business growth, strategy and people performance.
As a younger man Simon represented Western Australia in cricket – at the edge of a pro-cricket career he was held back by typical mindset challenges a high achiever experiences: hanging on too tight and experiencing anxiety about outcomes, he became stuck. He began looking inward to understand what was holding him back and has since delved deeply into personal growth and performance – this has provided the basis of his and his clients’ success: Service Businesses are based on PEOPLE and their performance. Simon is now known for his effective work incorporating concepts of Growth Mindset, Wellness, the Subconscious Mind and Emotional Intelligence to help individuals and teams achieve more.
In addition to working to growing service businesses, Simon now teaches and counsels young elite sports people and he is currently developing a new initiative to bring mindset and emotional intelligence concepts to highly competitive sporting communities.