Tuesday, May 01, 2012
All business owners are not entrepreneurs. Larry Robertson joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the definition of an entrepreneur, which is anyone who sees things differently and seeks to improve their world.
Anyone can become entrepreneurial, but it takes time and the effort to step out of your comfort zone. Larry Robertson joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to teach yourself to look at things differently and become entrepreneurial.
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 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.
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 using webinars in your small business? Jane Pollak joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the handy webinar, why you should do them, use them and leverage them.
Have you ever thrown a party for your customers? Jane Pollak joins Jim Blasingame to report on the customer appreciation party she is planning and why every small business should do it.
More and more, the execution of your business model will include some virtual team members. Rick Lepsinger joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the definition, evolution, and current state of the virtual team.
Do you know how to manage a virtual team? Rick Lepsinger joins Jim Blasingame to explain how a virtual team works when its properly managed, plus what it looks like when it doesn't work.
What does it take to have a successful virtual team? Rick Lepsinger joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what the best virtual teams do that make them successful.