Written by: Quint Studer Most leaders are really good at solving problems. In many cases, it’s why we got promoted in the first place. And what happens is that once we move into a leadership role, we keep on solving problems instead of teaching others how to do it. It just becomes an engrained behavior … Read more.
Written by: Amor Traceski When people leave their place of employment, the reasons are either voluntary or involuntary. Whether employees resign or are terminated for cause, many employers, unwisely, view the departing employees as those who can just be replaced. They figure they’ll just hire another. This seemingly nonchalant attitude is detrimental for your … Read more.
Written by: Brandon Turner A Little Help From Your Friends When you’re by yourself, you’re limited by your own knowledge and experience. When things get tough, it’s easy to get discouraged and want to give up. However, when you’re surrounded by others, many of these challenges are made much easier or disappear altogether. You can … Read more.
Written by: Roger Scherping https://projectionsmart.com/posts/90 I spent a couple of hours reading quite a few articles on the Internet about cash flow. There were titles like, “How to Manage Cash Flow,” “Cash Management Tips to Grow Your Business,” and “What is Cash Flow and How Do I Manage It?” I thought I’d save you the … Read more.
Written by: Julie Morris Starting a nonprofit organization is a noble cause. Whether you want to launch a charitable organization, a social advocacy group, or a private foundation, 501(c) status can help you achieve your goals. However, organizing a nonprofit corporation is a lot to manage when you’re a Small Small Business. That’s why we’ve … Read more.
Written by: Lynne Strang For small, small business owners, headlines and titles matter. Maybe more than you think. The effectiveness of an advertisement, blog story or social media post comes down to the headline. If it grabs attention, people are more likely to keep reading. If it doesn’t, they won’t. They have too many distractions … Read more.
Written by: Alex Bulmer COVID-19 has impacted corporations in more ways than just how they conduct business. As business owners adjust to the ever-changing regulations, a new concern has become apparent. With the various stimulus packages and added benefits to unemployment benefits- unemployment fraud is on the rise, making it easier for fraudulent requests to … Read more.