Management Moment: Farmer to CEO

The more time you spend doing physical work, the less time you have for marketing or managing employees. If this sounds like you, you may need to shift into a manager’s role. If your operation keeps expanding, it might be time to hire a manager and shift into the position of CEO.

Key Points
•As your farm grows, your role will grow with it.
•Becoming a manager means handing off some of the other work.
•Don’t rush into this transition – it can be stressful if done abruptly.
•Eventually, you may need to hire a day-to-day manager, which means you could be transitioning into another new role as CEO.

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