Female Founders Breaking Boundaries

Tracking and Keeping Score of Your Metrics

March 03, 2022 Casey Gromer Episode 45
Female Founders Breaking Boundaries
Tracking and Keeping Score of Your Metrics
Show Notes

Tracking metrics is a great tool to set your team members up for success through accountability and taking the guesswork of questioning if your team is doing the right tasks. That’s why episode 45 of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries is about tracking and keeping score!

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In this episode of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, I’m sharing the importance of making sure that the business plans and goals you put in place are actually being reached and actionable steps you can take right now to use this tool as a new approach to looking at and tracking your numbers while keeping everyone on the right path. Some of the things I cover in this episode are:

  • Celebrating Amber Kroeker, co-founder and Cheif Innovation Officer of Pip and Grow who doubles as a Child Injury Prevention Coordinator at the Randall Children’s hospital for co-creating the Smitten Baby Box that has its hand in drastically reducing infant mortality rates. 
  • Why metrics are either scary or not helpful to so many women entrepreneurs. 
  • Prioritizing the overwhelming amount of metrics you can track in your business. 
  • The difference between leading and lagging indicators and why they are important to look at on a regular basis 
  • Building your ideal scorecard through experimentation. 
  • Using what you’ve learned from your metrics to track progress towards your goals and business growth. 
  • My deep thoughts on selling vs. offering when you’re confident and working from your zone of genius.  

What you’re going to track is what’s going to improve, so start small and don’t overcomplicate it from the start. It is better done than perfect. 

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