In this episode of Dance Studio 411, Patty Rielley shares her top projects and tips that busy studio owners can share with their office managers. She believes a little planning goes a long way and organization is the key to delegation.
As a former studio owner for 17 years and currently a dance studio office manager, Patty draws from her extensive experience and gives specific, real-life examples of how you can organize and delegate effectively.
[1:25] A little bit about Patty and how she transitioned from studio owner to office manager.
[4:20] If you don’t have an office manager, you still need to be organized in your studio!
[6:20] Why should you be using Google Drive?
[8:15] The great thing about having an office manager is that you can have the big ideas and your team can work on the details of how to execute it.
[9:25] What should you delegate to your office manager? First things first, your invoicing!
[13:25] Did you know your office manager can also manage your studio communication?
[15:00] Your office manager doesn’t have to be a website pro, but having an extra set of eyes to proofread and edit communications is a plus!
[15:45] Your office manager can also take care of the customer ordering process and get the logistics taken care of.
[19:35] You can also delegate your social media to your office manager!
[25:00] Let’s do a quick recap on what you can get your office manager to do!
[27:50] Are you overwhelmed with phone calls? You can forward it to your office manager so that they pick up those much needed calls!
[28:25] Do more of the things you love to do. Everything else, delegate!
Connect with Patty: firstname.lastname@example.org