Why is it that so many businesses, across the country and in every industry, offer such a low level of customer service (even though they believe their service to be good)?
Whether it is two employees collaborating in order to solve a customer’s problem or a group of five tasked with redesigning a product line, teamwork plays a major role on a daily basis in many businesses.
A team is comprised of individuals who work together with a common purpose and vision — sharing information and resources in such a way as to ensure maximum effectiveness.
Providing timely feedback to your employees is essential in order to help your team develop and reach their full potential. Without feedback, it’s unrealistic to expect growth—at least not in the areas you’d like to see it.
For many, the chance to play a role in hiring new employees is an opportunity to show their commitment and value to the organization. The same can be said for job candidates, and it’s up to you to decide who gets the same opportunity.
Do you ever feel that your employees aren’t very productive? That your team comes to work each day but doesn’t accomplish a whole lot? I get it! That’s a common issue that most entrepreneurs struggle with. And there are a number of different reasons why that could be the case.
Nobody likes negativity. We all know those people – people who seem to have a problem for every solution. People who will complain to anyone within earshot
A good company culture keeps your employees engaged and working in cohesion, and it ensures that your employees are focused on the priorities that you want them focused on.
One of the key points in this process is to hire for culture. Part of your hiring process needs to be focused on cultural fit. Below are several ways to make this happen.
There’s no right or wrong way to build your culture – what’s important is that you’re intentional about it, and that you build a culture that keeps your employees engaged and working towards your goals.