Home Authors Posts by Andi Gray
Increase the productivity of your sales meetings by using them for what meetings are best at: sharing information with a group of people.
Recruiting done right is a year-round job. Knowing what you’re looking for is half the battle. Having a wide net to gather in candidates is the other half.
Controlling things as you grow the company is a challenge for most small-business owners. Build systems, procedures and checklists so you can teach everyone how you want things done.
Make sure you have a job description for your supervisor. Include responsibilities for goal setting for her unit, understanding company goals and how her area fits into those goals.
Often employee theft is committed by first-timers, often due to personal financial stress, justifying the theft by thinking they’re due more compensation, and finding an opportunity to quietly remove funds.
Marketing is the most important function in any company and often one of the most overlooked. Turn it into your secret growth weapon.
Hold a weekly meeting to review the overall flow of work. Keep a calendar with notations for big projects that might come in so everyone can see where a jam-up in workload might happen.
Push hard on the sales and marketing accelerator and turn things around as quickly as possible.