Over the next three months, 23% of small business owners plan on creating new jobs. What can you do to build and retain a team of satisfied employees while keeping more money in your business?
Join Pursuit and Wendy Waldron of WaldronWorks to learn how you can use mentorship to prevent employee turnover and retain your best employees.
You’ll gain valuable strategies to help you better manage employees to increase performance, dynamics, and more!
Meet our presenters
Assistant Vice President & Senior Consultant
Pursuit Community Finance
Malini Krishna is an AVP/Sr. Consultant on Pursuit’s Business Advisory Team. She’s also a social entrepreneur and sits on the FounderPad’s advisory committee, where she mentors women and minority lead technology executive teams.
With over 20 years of experience creating systems and resources to scale businesses, Malini’s achievements include: pioneering new investment-banking products at Bloomberg; spearheading public-private partnerships with the World Bank and International Monetary Fund; creating award-winning partnerships with VisionSpring and the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy; guest lecturing at Cornell and New York University (NYU); and being featured in media outlets, such as Bloomberg Markets, Forbes, ABC News, and the NYT.
Malini holds a B.A. in political science from Bryn Mawr College and an M.P.A with a focus on international finance and economic development from NYU.
Wendy Waldron, CMPE
Wendy Waldron is an Entrepreneurial Operating System ® (EOS) implementer, accomplished medical practice executive, project manager, trainer, and storyteller. She has long been interested in why we all do what we do, and how we can do it better! She is passionate about building strong leaders and seeing them get what they want!
Her commitment to individual value and effort extends to volunteer work, sitting on the boards of local human services non-profits and leading record-breaking fundraising campaigns. When she isn’t building great leadership teams, she enjoys traveling light, vertical gardening, performing on stage, and the fact that Wonder Woman shares her initials. She lives in the Adirondack mountains with her family, in their home near the highway.