Mon, 16 August 2021
Hello, this is Hall T. Martin with the Startup Funding Espresso -- your daily shot of startup funding and investing.
Startup founders need conflict management skills to run a startup.
Conflicts arise among the team members for the following reasons:
They come from differing beliefs and viewpoints.
In the short term, the founder can separate the team members to reduce the friction.
They also come from team members who feel their input has not been heard or valued.
The founder can take steps to show how the work and input of the team member has been heard and has importance.
The team member believes they’ve received an unfair evaluation.
The founder can standardize the evaluation process and show specifically how the team member is doing.
The team member believes the manager has unrealistic expectations.
The founder can show how others are handling the tasks and suggest ways to accomplish the work.
The team member doesn’t receive any feedback and comes to believe their work doesn’t count.
The founder can set up regular meetings to review the team members' work and give feedback.
The role of the founder is to encourage the team members to join in a collaboration to work through the problem.
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Mon, 16 August 2021
In this episode, Hall welcomes Kevin Kaylakie, Founder & CEO at SineCera Capital.
Located in Austin, Texas, SineCera Capital is a boutique multi-family office and wealth advisory firm focused on delivering sophisticated investments, independent advice, and trusted relationships to a select group of ultra-high net worth clients.
SineCera Capital provides families with access to an ecosystem of solutions and skilled professionals that help bring clarity, confidence, and purpose to their financial decision-making process.
Kevin has spent the last decade of his career working exclusively with high-net-worth families and business owners. He currently oversees both the investment advisory and wealth management functions for SineCera Capital. He attended Auburn University where he earned his BSBA in International Business. He has also earned the Certified Financial Planner and Certified Private Wealth Advisor, designations through advanced studies at The University of Texas at Austin and The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
As a native and dedicated Austinite, Kevin has volunteered with many local organizations including Hospice Austin, The Capital Area Dental Foundation, The Seton Fund, Austin Opera, The Mary Claire Project, Emmaus Catholic Parish, and The Diocese of Austin.
When he is away from the office, he enjoys spending time with his wife and their five children. Kevin is an avid reader, marginal golfer, amateur woodworker, and enjoys recharging at his family’s ranch in the Texas Hill Country.
Kevin advises investors and entrepreneurs, discusses what excites him now in the industry, the state of investing in startups, and his investment thesis.