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[July Masterclass] Redefining How Work Gets Done
Redefining How Work Gets Done: Automate and Delegate with Outsourcing, Virtual Assistants and Tech Tools
As the Founder and CEO of Outsource Access, an offshore virtual services firm he built to 90+ staff in 8 months, he walks-the-walk every day with expertise on scaling, automation, outsourcing and high-performance virtual teams. He also been featured 3 times in Inc Magazine, on the cover of Small Business Magazine and serves on the United Nations and EO committee for Economic Growth and Decent Work for All.
> Why the new world of “on demand” global virtual talent is rapidly growing, can be trusted, and is critical for long-term scale and agility
> Dozens of case studies across all key business functions and industries using virtual assistants and outsourced resources
> Best practices including organizational systems, unique technology tools, and protocols that make it easy to communicate with and manage virtual teams.
> How to effectively integrate outsourced virtual resources with existing staff to maximize organizational performance
> The best platforms for talent and free tools to vet for competency, quality and communication
COVID19 Specific Using Outsourcing
>>> Brad shares a list of 125+ product/service growth opportunities from CV19 and dozens of step-by-step case studies of how you can uncover and point your business to new markets
>>> Surprising, low-cost strategy to generate revenue from your existing customer database without asking them to buy anything
>>> Very low-cost and free ways to create content, generate leads, launch marketing and establish operations for repositions and pivots
>>> Future-proofing for the next crisis – key insights on culture, communication and management Brad learned from growing a virtual team of over 100 staff in less than a year
About the Presenter
Brad Stevens is 7-year EO Member and incoming President for the EO Atlanta Chapter. He is a lifetime entrepreneur and CEO of Outsource Access, an offshore virtual services firm that he built to over 100 staff in less than a year. He walks-the-walk with expertise on scaling, automation, outsourcing and high-performance virtual teams. Brad is also a global speaker sharing stages with John Maxwell and Deepak Chopra and has advised business and civic including Martin Luther King III. For his philanthropic efforts, a documentary film was made about his firm and he was selected to run a think-tank on Economic Growth at the United Nations headquarters. He has been featured in Inc Magazine, the Wall Street Business Network, and on the cover of Small Business Magazine. Brad graduated from the Wharton Business School lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife Cindy and two children, Ella and Brayden