As I’ve promoted “Accountability” over the years, I have deducted that when you start talking to employees about holding them accountable for their actions, they appear to me as running from the change to accountability, like “cockroaches run to the cracks in the floor when the lights come on.”
If you plan to be successful in business, you need to have a business plan to follow. Building your business plan and setting your organizational goals is the most important aspect of being successful in any business. A large part of the business plan is not only identifying your goals but detailing how you plan to reach them in a timely manner. Read More . . .
Is time management one of your daily challenges? If so, then how do you define time management? Read More . . .
Have you ever wondered why you can't get your entire staff on the same page regarding company sales goals and company performance standards? Most employers would answer the question "do your employees know exactly what you expect from them" with a yes, of course they do. However, it's my experience with business owners that over half of the time, employees and business owners think everyone is on the same page, but when you start asking questions, employees don't really have a completely clear picture of what is expected of them. If you find yourself in this proverbial boat, maybe you should consider putting an employee performance agreement in place so your staff has a clear understanding of what your company expects of them. Clear expectations and clear goals are important in driving individual and organizational sales performance. Goals and expectations provide your staff with a clear and measurable idea of where they are and where they need to go. Read More . . .
If you plan to be successful in business, you need to spend a little time on goal development. Building your plan and setting your goals is the most important aspect of being successful in business. A large part of the business plan is identifying your goals and detailing how you plan to reach them in a timely manner. Planning and goal development converts your company mission and vision into specific performance that can be measured. Read More . . .
When it comes time to set up your financial books, you have two options, do it yourself or hire an accountant or bookkeeper. We suggest both; keep your own books for all daily, weekly and monthly transactions. However, we suggest you have an accountant set up your accounting software so you get started right, then have your accountant do your quarterly and year-end statements and tax forms. Read More . . .
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