Tuesday, December 6, 2022

General Management

Learning to delegate will help you keep great people.  By Jenna Spencer If you search Google for the definition of a leader, you’ll find tons of answers. All of those answers have one root meaning: to lead others. A leader is...
Three tips for better scheduling and management By Leslie T. Snadowsky Entrepreneurs have great ideas. Organizational skills? Not so much. But every business owner eventually learns their success relies on the organization of their daily chaos. Franklin Buchanan, founder of Post Up Careers,...
How organizing and productivity go hand in hand. By Ellen Faye Clear your space  Less is more: When you have too much stuff, you can’t find what’s important. Less is easier to handle. People keep things to make themselves feel better. It actually makes them...
By Ken Weisner Whether your company or department is working remotely, hybrid or back in-person, team building is more important than ever. For many employees, when a team-building session is suggested, eyes roll, and the term cliché is tossed around....
An ineffective meeting can derail productivity even after it’s over. By Hannah Massen Have you ever left a meeting and thought, “What a waste of time. I could have been getting my work done!” If the answer is yes, you’re certainly...
It really only worsens the problem that it promises to solve. By Hannah Massen Once upon a time, the reward for hard work was time off. People would strive to maximize their leisure time, whether that meant setting work aside on...
How to pick them up and process work for you By Karen A Casey You started your business and your customer base is growing, but not everything is going as you planned. Maybe it is taking too long to fulfill orders,...
Strategies for overcoming business setbacks By Hannah Massen We’ve all been there: one of your best clients leaves you for one of your competitors. The new product you thought everyone would love falls flat. Your sales fall short of your goals...
Been there and it’s NO fun By Sam Gair For anyone who has worked in an office, or just with people in general, we all know about those days when we either want to cry, write a very angry email, or...
5 creative twists for your next Zoom By Mary Patterson Turn virtual meetings into talk shows. The meeting leaders can sit in their living rooms (Oprah style) and talk to distanced employees or guests from the sofa. A simple, single...