Creating good habits can seem like an easy task – until it is time to create a new one. In both personal and business, creating proactive, healthy and consistent habits means that you have greater momentum, enjoy taking action and are better at solving problems.
Your team is the group of people that you’ve hired, contracted or connected with to help you get the best results from your business. To have your business running like a well-oiled machine, it takes a lot of different parts to do this.
It’s the new financial year and the perfect time to look at the last 12 months of business and reflect on what you can improve, replicate or change to make your small business count in 2020. In the spirit of a new financial year, there’s nothing better than a few ‘End of Financial Year (EOFY) Resolutions’ to create good habits for the months ahead.
If you’re a business owner, you understand it’s both a gift and a burden to have a large amount of work on your plate. The
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Scorecards – Daily scorecards detailing connects, client visits and solicited sales. To be completed by each sales person daily and sent to the sales manager