SMART Goals don’t work if your problems are DUMB. Clear and fact based problem statements are the foundation of business problem solving. Here are 3 examples for you.
Trying to fix something that doesn’t need repairs. Let me tell you the number 1 problem solving mistake most make.
Small Business Owners belong to a small minority group. Often, they get caught between a cross-fire. They need all the help we can offer.
The most effective way to measure the success of any piece of content is by tracking its reach. This involves measuring how many people saw that content, whether they clicked on links within that content, and how long they spent reading it.
The terms ‘sales’ and ‘marketing’ are often used interchangeably, but there is a big difference between the two. Sales is about convincing someone to buy a product or service, whereas marketing is about creating the demand for that product or service in the first place.
Sales cold emailing is a process where businesses contact potential customers who have never interacted with the company before, in an attempt to generate new leads and customers. It’s a tool that can be used by businesses of all sizes, in a variety of industries. We’re sharing 5 sales cold email templates for B2B service businesses.
In a world where the average person is bombarded with over 5,000 advertising messages every day, it’s more important than ever for businesses to have a sales communication strategy that cuts through the noise and resonates with their target audience. How do you go about creating one? Read on to find out!
Average employee tenure is on the decline.
A new survey from Glassdoor shows that the average employee tenure is just over three years. What does this mean for your company? Read on to find out!
No matter how much you love your job, there will always be clients who drive you up the wall. Maybe they’re constantly changing their mind, or they’re never happy with your work. Whatever the reason, you’ve reached your breaking point. This is when you need to break up with a client.
Employee salaries shouldn’t be treated as a finite number. Salary is relative. Unexplained wage gap destroys work culture and erodes trust. Ensure pay parity to boost employee morale and happiness.