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Put Your People on the Same Team

No matter what kind of business you think you’re in, you quickly find out you are in the personnel management business. With careful hiring, mentoring, recognition, and compensation plans, your people can be your greatest asset. Recurrent, personnel issues can be a distraction to you and your staff. Some react to personnel problems by firing [...]

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7 Tips to Being Proactive – the Key to Job Advancement

People ask us how to know when administrative people “own” their jobs. What behavior convinces us that we can depend on them? How do we know when they take responsibility for the outcomes related to their performance? When can we stop worrying about them and stop micromanaging them? It’s when they become proactive. One dictionary [...]

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Successful Hiring takes Preparation, Permission and Patience

No matter what business you think you are in, you wind up in the personnel management business. Your first hires will require a great deal of your time and energy with no guarantees. Your way may conflict with their previous way of doing things. For the most part, great employees are not found, they’re made. [...]

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Discover Your Strengths and Weaknesses Before You Start Your Business

The right business for you is a combination of opportunity, preparation and resources. It’s more of a discovery than a choice. You will not have the world of all possibilities to choose from, but if you analyze your strengths and weaknesses, you can identify the opportunities that are plausible. The key to success is to [...]

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