How to open a Franchise Ebook

SPECIAL BONUS GIFT!

Franchising Find Your Perfect Fit ~ By: Steve Marr
Today, franchising has evolved into many business opportunities. A franchise offers a pathway to success for thousands of business owners. Perhaps this includes you. Get this free book now! Click Here>>

About Steve Marr

Steve has learned from 40 years of business experience that God's way works. As an author, speaker, radio host, and business consultant...

Contact Steve | Learn More

 

Steve’s Business Proverbs reveal

How to Succeed in Business

God's Way

Hire Steve to Consult your Business >

Steve Marr Blog

Steve Marr's contributions
Category >> Managing Your Staff
Nov 05
2005

Managing Diverse Gifts Effectively

Posted by Steve Marr in Untagged 

 

Tom managed a large sporting goods store that carried a wide selection of merchandise ranging from fishing equipment to tents. All twelve employees were assigned the same tasks: arranging merchandise, assisting customers, receiving shipments, and running the cash register. Tom made little distinction between tasks assigned to each person.

 

Mar 05
2002

Hire Team Players

Posted by Steve Marr in Untagged 

ABC trucking company was thrilled when they hired Paul as their new Vice President of Marketing. He was loaded down with tremendous credentials, had won several awards, and had a great record of personal achievement.

 

Dec 05
2001

Managing Friends Gets Tough

Posted by Steve Marr in Untagged 

When we work closely with our employees no matter how large or small the business over time we form friendships and create a "family atmosphere" in the workplace. Developing close-knit relationships enriches our time at work, but that same closeness may make it difficult to confront tough, work-related issues squarely. However, by following sound management practices, we can ease the challenge of supervising employees who have become our friends.

Nov 06
2001

Hiring Your Team God's Way

Posted by Steve Marr in Untagged 

Bookstore owners Penny and Michael were perplexed. "What are we doing wrong?" they asked. "How can we hire so many seemingly nice people who just don't perform to the level of our expectations?"

 

Dec 31
2000

Keeping Your Talent

Posted by Steve Marr in Untagged 

Recruiting and hiring good employees is an ongoing challenge for every business, whether large or small. Keeping your best employees can be even more difficult in today's competitive marketplace. Although some turnover is inevitable, you can create a business environment that will build employee loyalty and make your best employees want to stay, by following these five basic rules: