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Hudson Business + Lounge
310 East Buffalo Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
**BY POPULAR DEMAND, THIS IS THE SECOND TIME THIS SESSION WILL BE HELD, IDENTICAL TO THE JANUARY 15 SESSION**
Join Kerri Balliet from The Red Baron Group for a discussion on why setting goals and creating a plan is essential for business growth and development. We will discuss topics such as laying a good foundation, using a business canvas to help you flesh out ideas, writing a succinct mission statement, how to write business and individual growth goals, and why you need both short-term and long-term goals to be successful.
KERRI BALLIETTRANSFORMATIONAL COACH, MENTOR AND BUSINESS CONSULTANT
Kerri has spent the past 35 years helping brands such as Prevention, Taste of Home, Reader's Digest and Family Handyman optimize their operational efficiencies, launch new businesses of scale, re-engineering processes, improve employee engagement and lead implementation teams. Kerri has been having a love affair with the word «why» for most of her career. Figuring out the answers to all of those whys has enabled her to create change and make a positive impact for the companies she has partnered with. She believes that investing time to coach and mentor people creates sustainable change and fosters a culture of innovation and accountability.
While Kerri has spent most of her career in working in publishing and media, she has also had the pleasure of owning two profitable businesses before turning her attention to her new passion…coaching, mentor and business consulting. She decided to launch The Red Baron Group after transitioning out of corporate life in 2017. The goal of The Red Baron Group is simple…to provide leadership and career development to companies and their employees so they can navigate change, maximize productivity and seek growth to reach the next level of success. She does this by utilizing her business and coaching expertise to identify communication styles, capitalize on strengths and gives people the tools they need to elevate their growth areas and play a bigger game.
Kerri works on both the people aspect of the business and the infrastructure of the business by doing a combination of coaching, mentoring and consulting. She is a firm believer that strategy, leadership, culture, processes and people must be in careful balance in order for change to be sustainable. Change must be managed from both an implementation and an emotional standpoint to achieve success.
Her positive, can-do attitude is as contagious as her outgoing personality and infectious laugh. Kerri has worked one-on-one with a life and career coach for over 10 years and is currently enrolled in an ICF accredited transformational coaching program. She spent lots of time in her various corporate roles successfully coaching and mentoring others. She connects easily with people and gives them the support and encouragement they need to step outside of their comfort zone.
Kerri comes from an entrepreneurial family where hard work, dedication, loyalty and hands-on education were highly valued. She credits her mother and father for giving her an entrepreneurial spirit. She credits her wife for giving her the fearless spirit to tackle any challenge she faces.