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Do You Need A Digital Detox?

The digital environment in which we inhabit is all encompassing. The ability to stay connected 24/7 is now the norm so much so that many businesses simply expect their employees to be on receive mode outside of normal working hours, whatever “normal working hours” means these days.

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On-boarding Basics

One of the biggest reasons that employees underperform or leave their new roles within the first three months is because they don’t know what to do, they are unclear of expectations and the business they are joining has not integrated them in to the team culture.

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What Makes Your Staff Tick?

I don’t know how many times I here a business owner or manager say “if it wasn’t for the staff this job would be great”, like it or not most of us need staff to complete the work we do for our customers.

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Getting The Most From Your Clients

I lose count of how many times I hear the saying “you get 80% of your revenue from 20% of your customers” and I have almost always heard it in the context of Account Managers or Sales Mangers justifying the time spent on their biggest customers.

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Topgrading – Hiring Only the Best

Having ‘A’ players in your team helps you to grow your business faster, to succeed further, to recruit similar ‘A’ players and for sure, it can make your job easier! It can be hard to implement top-grading processes, but only because of your own limitations as a business owner

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Why you should have both eyes on your cashflow

Good cashflow is critical to the success of any business. Although it’s affected by many issues the key seems to be the downturn in sales a lot of businesses are experiencing. It doesn’t take much of a dip in cashflow to cause problems. Sometimes, dependent on how “highly geared” you are, a drop of even 10% can mean serious trouble.

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