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Category: Financial Management

Oct
30
2018
Three Tips For Stress Management

Too many people in my life have said they’re experiencing elevated stress levels. Many of them have said they’re unable to relax, both at home and work. And even I admit there are times I’ve felt that way too; OK maybe more than a few times! Rising stress and constant anxiety is an unhealthy, compromising […]

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By admin October 30, 2018

Oct
16
2018
Is any PR good PR?

There’s an old saying in Marketing and PR, which you might have heard before: Any press is good press. The concept is pretty simple: stay in the news, get attention, enjoy the benefits. It’s better to be in the news than not, right? We know all kinds of celebrities and reality stars that subscribe to […]

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By admin October 16, 2018

Oct
9
2018
Great Worker! Wrong Job?

Employee retention and internal promotions are good, right? The cost of finding, hiring, and training a new hire is reduced, while the potential for existing staff to grow within the organization is greater. Sounds like a perfect plan for succession and progress! Unfortunately this is not the reality for every employee at all companies.  Promoting […]

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By admin October 9, 2018

Aug
14
2018
Email Versus Phone: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Whether you prefer the personal touch of a phone call or the instantaneous communiqué of an email, there are certain situations that call for one method over the other. It is surely advantageous to have and use both options; however, when people choose the wrong communications, issues can arise. Many of these issues are a […]

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By admin August 14, 2018

Mar
27
2018
How to Handle a Great Employee That Has Too Many Absences or is Always Late

If you’re a business owner, it can be extremely disheartening to have an employee that is proficient and skilled at their job BUT frequently late or absent from work. While the quality of their work may be excellent their habitual lateness or absenteeism can create morale problems for other employees and impact the overall productivity […]

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By admin March 27, 2018

Jul
25
2017
How to Stop Making Bad Decisions

How could I ever buy THAT? Why did I think that he could ever be a good Manager? I shouldn’t have rented this new office space. I was reactive when I hired him, why didn’t I think it out longer? I should have charged them more! Yes, we’ve all made bad decisions in our lives. […]

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By admin July 25, 2017

Jul
18
2017
Email Versus Phone: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Whether you prefer the personal touch of a phone call or the instantaneous communiqué of an email, there are certain situations that call for one method over the other. It is surely advantageous to have and use both options; however, when people choose the wrong communications, issues can arise. Many of these issues are a […]

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By admin July 18, 2017

Jun
12
2017
Three Ways to Reduce Client Churn

In business, a general rule of thumb is that it is much more costly to search for and acquire New Clients than to retain and grow existing ones. Still, many Companies opt to spend precious time and money on Client Prospecting for New Business Opportunities, hoping that the addition of multiple new accounts will lead […]

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By admin June 12, 2017

Mar
21
2017
Who’s Doing What?

Tell me if this sounds familiar: How did THAT happen? Why didn’t John hand that off to Mary? Who was supposed to take care of it? What’s our project status? Inadequate internal communication and coordination can undermine your Company’s productivity, client satisfaction, and business growth. Many Companies are not aware of how much chaos actually […]

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By admin March 21, 2017

Mar
14
2017
Get Over It! Impact on You and Your Staff

Let’s face it – the occasional setback can happen in any business. You lose an account when a client decides to go in a different direction. The economy nosedives and impacts your profitability. A key employee suffers a major health issue and no one is cross-trained to take over. A key employee leaves your company […]

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By admin March 14, 2017