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Category >> Managing Your Staff
Feb 02

Delegate and Release

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You know how important it is to delegate. The catch is learning the balance between delegating and releasing the person to effectively follow through. There is a fine line between delegating and micro-managing.  Do you know the difference?

Jan 04

Cold Calling

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Most sales people don’t like cold calling. We prefer leads that are red hot or at least warm. In my business of marketing franchises, I buy some leads that are warm. For me the cost of buying warm leads saves me time that I would have to commit to cold calling.

Oct 26

Evaluate Staff as You Grow

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I have worked with a number of organizations experiencing major growth. At times the growth may be random while other times it may be the result of increased investment. When a business grows the managers and supervisors need to grow with it.

Sep 04

Disgusting Public Behavior

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Two recent news stories that occurred in well-known public places caught my attention.

The fist was from New York Times Square where topless women painted their unclothed bodies and passed it off as art allowing folks to take pictures for a price. The displays were not limited to females. One male singer performed in the Square clad in cowboy boots and underwear. Clearly many tourists and others were exposed to nudity. Would you want to take your kids into this type of situation? Would you even want to place yourself in such a place?

Aug 31

Terminating People

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Letting a person go is a painful experience for you and the separated employee. The process should be difficult. You never want termination to come by whim or unsupported evidence.  You can read my suggested process in my earlier article “Biblical Dismissal:”