You see, a project manager takes care of all the messy, detailed, nitty-gritty sort of daily details that would otherwise dominate your schedule. They break down big plans and organize them into small tasks. They help you find and manage freelancers. Basically, they make sure that your business is working, so you have the time and the freedom to do all the things you actually want and need to do!
Imagine having someone on your side who could take all of your ideas and turn them into actionable plans (with realistic deadlines and everything, too)! Someone who helps you make sure that the things you want to do actually happen, so your business can grow the way you used to dream about – even if you’re the only person working for it!
That’s exactly what a project manager does.
So why don’t you hear more about this sort of thing? Why don’t you have one ALREADY?
There’s actually a good reason you don’t have a project manager already.
If you’ve never done it before, hiring the right project manager is really, REALLY hard. There are a ton of questions that make the whole thing seem like it’s way out of your league, like:
- Where do I find one?
- What qualities should I look for?
- Are there red flags I should know about before hiring?
- How do I know I can trust them?
- What questions should I ask in an interview?
- How many hours a week should they work?
- And how the heck am I supposed to pay them??
It’s a classic chicken-or-the-egg situation, right? This would all be so much easier if you had a project manager already, but how do you get one in the first place?
The “Here’s Exactly What to Do” Guide to Finding, Hiring, and Working With Your Very First Project Manager
Introducing the latest course here at LKR: Hire Your First Project Manager. This bad boy will cover literally everything you need to know about the process from start to finish, including details like:
- How much to pay them (and where to find the money)
- Where to list the job and what to ask for in your ad
- How to identify an amazing candidate
- What to ask in the job interview
- How much they should work and what their responsibilities include
- How to train them and use them to control your workflow
- How to make sure you can trust them and how to keep them from leaving
These are the types of questions that you need solid answers to before you should even THINK about paying someone to help manage your business – and this course is gonna give you those answers.
Oh, and by the way, this course is actually a big ol’ package of sweet stuff.
Hire Your First Project Manager includes awesome downloads like:
- Copy-n-paste job descriptions to use to hire your first project manager
- Interview questions to find the perfect candidate
- Lists of daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly project manager job duties
- A template to use for performance reviews
All in all, it’s going to be pretty rad.
So if you’re sick of spending every single day stressing about how you’re going to get things done, and of chasing down freelancers and wondering how you’re EVER supposed to get your next big project off the ground, just know that you are the exact type of person I created this thing for.
You owe it to yourself, your business, and your sanity to learn how you can get the type of project manager you deserve – so check this thang out, and I’ll show you how to do it!
(Got any burning questions about what you can expect? Hit me up in the comments below!)