High Performing and Sustainable Teams

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High Performing and Sustainable Teams

BWA PODCAST SHOW: High Performing and Sustainable Teams

Join Jodi Cottle, business owner and author of The Pocket MBA as she discusses with Business Women Australia’s National Director Lyn Hawkins how to not just create a high performing team but how to create a culture to make them sustainable part of the businesses.

Jodi will talk about how to:

  1. 1.       Focus on culture and develop a recruitment strategy that ensures success.

  2. 2.       Use two leadership frameworks that foster high-performing work environments.

  3. 3.       How to measure accountability and competency in your staff to sustain high-performance.

From a successful leadership career in the corporate sector to an award-winning franchisee, to now a published author, Jodi will talk through her journey and what drove her to take the leap to becoming a franchise owner. Jodi also discusses some of the elephants in the room on the all-too-common challenges that women in business face, and how she overcame these to consistently lead high-performing and cohesive teams across her career.

ABOUT JODI COTTLE:

Business owner and author of Your Pocket MBA, Jodi completed her MBA in 2013, specialising in sustainable customer experience strategies. In addition, she undertook study in applied cognitive neuroscience in the field of leadership, which quickly became a passion. Jodi applied her understanding of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology in real-world scenarios, delivering outstanding results, with a long list of stable, cohesive and high-performing teams.

After moving from New Zealand to now living in Australia, she has established a high-performing business within the world’s largest aesthetics franchise network, Laser Clinics Australia. Jodi’s business has won multiple awards including Franchisee of the Year in 2021 and Clinic Manager of the Year in 2022.

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