engaging your employees: TRAIN AND THEN EMPOWER - 09/10/17 06:32 PM

We can’t seem to find anyone who really wants to put in the effort. How many times have you heard that or maybe said that yourself?   I recently heard the statement from a broker that it is like chasing cats.  Or you may have heard, “Unless I tell them what to do nothing gets done. I can’t trust them to do it themselves.” When I recently heard this I asked the owner to give me an example.   “Well,” he said, “I have given them detailed directions of exactly what I want done and they don’t do it the way I told … (43 comments)

engaging your employees: LESSON TO GROWING BUSINESS - LET GO! - 06/08/12 11:19 AM
Here is a problem that comes up all too often.  A business owner or agency owner spends most of his time working in the business and virtually no time working on the business.
Why is this problematic?  When you start your business you need to do everything or it does not get done. Sometimes you have time management issues but you must work through them.  Your business grows and you simply can't get it all done.  So you hire someone.
You are at the pinnacle of a growing business.  At this point you are now not only the owner but also … (3 comments)

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