Friday, April 27, 2012
Teach children about entrepreneurship with a lemonade stand. Julie Eberly joins Jim Blasingame to discuss National Lemonade Day that encourages teaching entrepreneurial skills and thinking to children through lemonade stands.
Celebrate Lemonade Day by teaching entrepreneurial lessons to children. Julie Eberly joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the collaborative, entrepreneurial lessons and projects of LemonadeDay.org.
Small businesses aren’t hiring because of the uncertainty of Obamacare. Kristy Campbell joins Jim Blasingame to report why small businesses don’t like Obamacare and think it will negatively impact their business.
What are the issues that are affecting small business optimism? Kristy Campbell joins Jim Blasingame to report why small businesses are most concerned about high fuel costs, access to credit and uncertain taxes.
Small businesses are using free online resources to grow their traditional businesses. Kristy Campbell joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the resourcefulness of small businesses in using technology and free networking resources in support of their traditional business.
Are you a leader or a driver? Tom Anastasi joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how and when to use the coaching leadership style, plus ow the generations and genders respond differently to this style.
Encourage performance with a pace-setting leadership style. Tom Anastasi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to effectively use the pace-setting leadership style to set realistic goals and rewards for employees, especially sales teams.
Profitable project management is not about accounting. Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why you must conduct project management in an execution universe that is parallel to the accounting principles.
Project management must include progress, cash and banking relationships. Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to conduct project management that tracks cash closely and, therefore, makes your banker happy.
Check on project progress weekly, not monthly. Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to explain why successful projects are reviewed weekly, not monthly, especially the progress of sub-contractors.