Evaluating Capacity

Evaluating capacity, developing teams, and first steps in expanding your business

MyCityCare | Parallel Leaders Coaching Podcast | Episode 003

Jen Tribble is the CEO and Founder of MyCityCare, a non-profit organization helping local families put food on the table, bringing comfort to the vulnerable and providing hope to those who may feel hopeless.

Today’s coaching conversation is all about expanding personal and corporate capacity, developing your teams and first steps when franchising or expanding your business.


► The Story of MyCityCare
► When can you apply the 8 Growth Points?
► Where to focus when expanding your business?
► How do you identify the right leader?
► What do you do if a person isn’t the right fit for your leadership team?
► How do you develop capacity in individuals and corporately?
► How to identify the systems you need to scale?
► Creating team buy-in.
► Sample Non-Negotiables in Memorandums of Understanding.
► Pushing your team verse pushing too hard.
► Creating a culture of candour
► Growing your personal capacity.


► Book: Six Thinking Hats by Edward De Bono
► Book: E-myth by Michael Gerber
► Book: Winning by Jack Welch
► Follow Jen Tribble on Instagram
► Find out more about MyCityCare

Kelly Stickel

Lead Pastor of Parallel Churches

Whether it’s roaring down the highway on his motorcycle, madly cheering on his favourite football team (SKOL!) or fighting for the hurting and lost, there is never a dull moment in their household. And he loves every minute of it. With six beautiful kids, two daughters-in-love, and two of the most delightful grandbabies on the planet, family nights are crazy and absolutely perfect.

Kelly believes passionately that every interaction is an opportunity to cultivate a lasting impact and are planting a movement that will preach the gospel until the end.

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