Category: Organizational Strategies
Are you doing any of these dumb things? Neil Smith joins Jim Blasingame to identify some of the dumb things managers do, most of which can be avoided by talking with employees and leading change.
Why don't managers just get out of their own way? Neil Smith joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why business managers do dumb things that impede success and how to avoid suffering the same fate.
Small businesses are becoming a more attractive employment option. John Bradberry joins Jim Blasingame to discuss changes in the workplace and the reasons small businesses are more competitive employers.
The workplace is evolving away from the classic job. John Bradberry joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the end of the classic “job” and how the workplace is evolving based on demographic and technology forces.
What if you find a qualified applicant, but they don’t fit your personality profile? Pierce and Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to discuss how a personality evaluation can help you understand how to manage new employees.
Are you better at repetitive work or people work? Pierce and Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to discuss how to assess the types of work you’re good at and what you need to delegate.
You’ve found efficiencies and made it through the recession, so how do you know when to hire a new employee? Pierce and Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to discuss how to balance the possible need for a new employee while maintaining efficiencies.
Are you and your team focused enough to do what’s best for your company long term? Chris McChesney joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how make a commitment to the execution of your long-term strategy, even if you have to subordinate what seem like emergencies.
How can small businesses stop operating in the "whirlwind?" Chris McChesney joins Jim Blasingame to reveal tips and best practices to help you learn the disciplines of execution that will help you avoid the crisis management trap.
Have you ever considered working with a virtual assistant? Gayle Buske joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to find, hire and work with virtual assistants, both for special projects or full-time.
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