Never Let Them See You Sweat – 3 Keys To Building Your Following
No, this isn’t about which deodorant to use, but that catch phrase, launched nearly three decades ago really seems appropriate here. For those of you who don’t remember… or are too young to have seen… the ads for that antiperspirant, they featured successful people from various industries citing the important “Nevers” in their business, always ending with the now famous, “Never let them see you sweat.” In the home and small business industry, just as in those represented in the ads from decades ago, there are certain “Nevers” to keep in mind while building your following.How Do I Get Them to Execute – Capable or Willing
This article is the sixth in a series on employee performance. In this article we discusses the fifth and final question, is the employee capable and/or willing to do the work? If you have determined that (1) the employee understands the objective, that (2) there are no roadblocks (internal to the company) keeping the employee from performing, that (3) the employee is sufficiently trained, and (4) that you have provided proper motivation — incapable and/or unwilling are the only alternatives. However, the answer to this question leaves the employer with a very difficult decision to make.How Do I Get Them to Execute – Motivate
Employees need both rewards and consequences to perform well. An environment that is skewed heavily to either one or the other will result in dysfunction. Motivators come in many different forms including tangible rewards (i.e., merchandise, time off and money) and intangible rewards (i.e., being included, development opportunities and additional responsibility). Both can be highly effective. However, the least expensive, and often the most appreciated form of motivation, is performance feedback.Marketing an Online Printing Service – Top 3 Challenges and How to Overcome Them
Online printing has seen an increase in demand over the recent years. This is due to the ease of use and the benefits of cost and time savings that businesses and consumers enjoy. However, online printing companies still face certain challenges when it comes to marketing their printing service.Wellness Programs Can Help Reduce the Cost of Small Business Medical Insurance
One way to help lower your small business medical costs is to offer a Wellness Program to your staff. Research indicates that a well balanced lifestyle – including a proper diet, exercise and leisure time – leads to healthier and more productive employees. In turn, the employees’ medical utilization is reduced, and health premiums drop. Not to mention, greater productivity on the job.