Today I’m talking about partnering with an OBM or team with Brooke Jackson. Brooke starts by explaining what an Online Business Manager does and how they work with business owners. We discuss the types of tasks an OBM can do and what they won’t do in your business. We then talk about building a team, with or without an OBM to help, including choosing the right people to hire, on-boarding new team members, and managing your team.
Connect with Brooke:
Brooke Jackson is an Online Business Manager (OBM) for female entrepreneurs who are ready to take their business to the next level. She genuinely helps female online-business owners by taking over almost all of their current operations, business systems, team leading, planning & timelines, launches, and project management. Brooke has a passion and love for animals, worldly cultures, and online business.
What an OBM does and how she can work with a business owner
The main types of tasks that an OBM can do for a business
How to partner with an OBM
What an OBM won’t do in your business
Tips for business owners who need to build a team, but can’t afford an OBM
Choosing the right type of person to hire first in your business
On-boarding new team members
Managing your team, whether or not you have an OBM to help
When you should start thinking about hiring an OBM for your business
Start breaking down everything you do in your business and organize into daily, bi-daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly.
Start documenting those processes! Break out anywhere you want to record them and write out the steps you take to perform actions along with guidelines & loom videos if needed
Start assessing yourself as a leader. Get to know yourself and your working style.