Join us for our once a month Small Business Advisory Council session led by Adam Santavicca, Principal at CBay Advisory Group. Each month Adam focuses on a subject pertinent to small business owners.
In March, Adam will focus on “Effective Strategies for Small Businesses to Retain Employees.”
Did you ever have that sinking feeling when one of your most experienced employees tells you they are leaving for another opportunity? That message can strike fear into the heart of the small business owner. You have spent both time and money training an excellent employee and now you see yourself doing that persons job until you can recruit and train a new employee. Plus the cost of both losing and replacing that employee can be staggering. Come to the next Small Business Advisory Council’s interactive presentation of how to retain your employees. Lean ways of minimizing employee turnover and having a happy, satisfied workforce. Expert business advisor, Adam Santavicca, principal of Cbay Advisory Group will lead this session.
FREE for Members/$10 for Non-Members
Please bring your own brown bag lunch!
CBay Advisory Group provides hands on strategic support for small business owners.
With over 30-years of senior management experience, Adam Santavicca, principal and founding director of CBay, excels in strategic and tactical planning, and has a proven track record in change management and turnarounds.
Adam holds a management degree from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, PA. He has several accredited credentials and serves on multiple Boards to take advantage of his business experience and expertise.
He is an accredited executive associate of the prestigious Institute for Independent Business International, a non-profit dedicated to helping small and medium size businesses.
Adam is a Fellow in the Association for Information and Image Management International (AIIM) and currently is the Board Chairman for the Bowie Business Innovation Center (Bowie BIC), a mixed use incubator that provides small business owners with resources and mentoring they need to be successful.
He lives with his wife Kristine in Crownsville, MD and has two grown children and five grandchildren.