March 6th, 2022
This program is part of INSPIRE 2022!!
What They Did NOT Teach Me in My MBA
We are all leaders as small business owners and entrepreneurs, whether we realize it or like it or not. Our clients, peers, partners, and the public is judging everything we say and do. Join me for a fast-paced fun filled class designed to teach and share some of my top lessons from nearly 30 years in management and leadership of small to larger corporations and as a solopreneur.
Prepare to cut yourself some SLAC, take a smoke break, be BAD at the office, jump out of a plane, party like a rock star and other tips as you build your client centric business foundation.
I am confident that you will find numerous easy to apply business tips or tricks that will help you grow and develop your small business. In fact, I am so confident, that there is even a special guarantee built into the program, or I won’t get my money back…
My career began in the mid-nineties after getting a BS in Business, I began in distribution and supply chain leadership and management, moving up as well as around the country, I am becoming a Vice President in one of the fastest growing national companies at the age of 27. With both field and corporate management and leadership experience, I completed an Executive MBA at the University of Denver and left large business to pursue greener pastures (I thought) in smaller companies to increase my general management and sales experience. I have started and continue to run two small businesses, Quad J Farms and Steve Johnson Photography.
Steve Johnson Photography focuses on couples and family portraiture as well as headshots and a limited number of weddings/special events, and corporate work.
I am an award winning, internationally published and CPP (Certified Professional Photographer). Actively involved with both PPA (Professional Photographers of America, and VPPA (Virginia Professional Photographers) where I serve on the education committee and hosts a monthly peer learning session.
I am passionate about helping people with depression and emotional challenges as well as feeding the hungry. I love time with my wife and daughters, and I also almost never turn down a chance to travel, photograph steam trains, or ride my bike.