My First Day At Work
Ah my first day at a new job. You breathe in and inhale all of the possibilities. Everyone in your family is excited about your prospects at your new place of employment. Even your Mom said how proud she was about you landing work so you could provide as everyone should for your spouse and kids. Continue reading “From Hired To Quit In 60 Minutes!”
As a leader in your organization, and as a coach to your team, you do your best to make sure that your team has the proper knowledge, training and support to succeed. You hold meetings and training sessions. You ride along with them on calls and share everything you know so that the lessons you’ve learned along the way might help your team members become more successful. Continue reading “Be a Student To Be a Great Leader”
Now, everybody always says there’s no ‘I’ in team, but there is an ‘I’ in win, because the individuals make the team what it is, and how they think and what they do is important to the team.
— Nick Saban
In this day and age of hundreds of TV channels to watch as well as internet videos, I have found a particular show that I run across every now and then. I must say that this television series really fascinates my wife Julie and I. The show that I am talking about is called the “Dog Whisperer” and it features a gentleman whose name is Cesar Millan. This man who has a such a “magic touch” with our canine friends came, from humble beginnings growing up in Mexico before he eventually transformed into the mega-star he is today. He counts people like Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith as some of his closest friends.
Each week Cesar faces a seemingly out of control dog whose owners have given up on trying to train their pet and cannot cope any longer with this “toxic” behavior. These dogs are driving every one crazy, except one person. An that person is Cesar. Continue reading “If The “Dog Whisperer” Was Your Sales Manager”
If you are tired of parts not being ordered, customers not being called, or bills not being paid on time, or the daily “finger pointing” that goes on when you address these issues with your employees, then now is the time to create an organizational chart. Whether you draw it out on paper or purchase an organizational software program to do it for you, creating a business organizational chart is the first step of seven in this eight- part series to organizing your service contracting office, once and for all. Continue reading “Step 1: Creating An Organizational Chart”