Just like a to-do list helps you get things done, setting goals will help your business grow. What kinds of goals should you set? Read more
As a business owner, you’ll never have enough time. That’s why it’s so important to make the most of the time you have. Here are three ways to improve your time management skills.
As your small business grows into a larger one, you’ll also need to grow your sales team, (hopefully one day into a sales force.) However, if you want to keep growth moving forward, you’ll need to be sure to hire good sales people and make sure they have the resources they need to succeed. Here are three ways you can ensure you’re building a sales team that’s going to go out and sell.
During the Great Recession, many employees were asked to do more with less. As a result, employee engagement and morale suffered. While the economy is recovering and employees are generally becoming more engaged, business owners are discovering that it’s well worth their time and effort to encourage employee engagement above and beyond the norm. Engaged employees are more productive, turnover less, and simply do better work, according to a Gallup’s State of the American Workplace, cited in this Fast Company article. So, how do you actually go about improving employee engagement? We’re going to give you a few ideas.