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Whether you are a solo operator, leader of a large multi-national corporation, or anything in between, you still depend on a team to build success. While it’s a lot less visible if you own your own business, you still have a team working with and for you. To what degree do your people support your [...]
Recent global surveys on customer service have revealed some valuable insights into customer expectations. While on the ‘complaints’ list in almost all cases were rudeness, long telephone hold practices and disinterested staff, a more challenging issue was raised regarding customer ‘expectations’. But one customer’s idea of customer service might differ markedly from that of another. [...]
Your office should be one of the few areas in your life that you can focus completely and utterly on the tasks at hand, but unfortunately this is not usually the case. Use these four tips to turn your office into the productive space it should be.
Do you have a member of your time that is falling behind and not performing like they should? Read on to discover what might be happening and how to resolve the issue.
Despite the overall feel of the economy, Australia is holding up quite well. Find out what your small business can be doing in this climate to not only make ends meet, but thrive.
As most people know, in business, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. That is why you have carefully put together strategic alliances, but when was the last time you had a look at those alliances and if they are benefiting everyone involved.
Rebranding any business is a daunting task. Jane Toohey offers tips and examples on how your business can make a smooth transition to a completely new brand.
Telesales are an excellent form of marketing and sales strength when used correctly. When used incorrectly you can just be wasting company time and money.
Getting to know your potential clients on a personal level could be the best way of snatching them up. But how do you go about getting to know them when by all appearances you have no link to them? The answer: Forensic Networking.
Learning to trust a new employee can be a difficult task, especially when it’s your business on the line. However, the benefits you can reap in time saving and quality of work may just be the bonus you are looking for.