Online Marketing in a Network - What's the Market Potential for the Group you are in? This Group shares and informs on the 'Leaf International' Opportunity and invites you to share your experience on networks you are part of
More than 1000 business people networking at Colisee Lewiston Sun Journal LEWISTON — More than 1,000 people turned out before noon Thursday to the Androscoggin Business to Business Trade Show, filling the aisles at the sold-out event at the...
The most successful people in the world have a small, structured network of core contacts. Here's how you can, too. (This is one key to the Inspirational Leadership competency we are developing entitled "Connect with Others"...
That snake heading towards you may be further away than it appears. Fear can skew our perception of approaching objects, causing us to underestimate the distance of a threatening one, finds a study published in Current Biology.
Business success is based upon everyone involved pulling their weight, performing their specific roles as required, and adhering to acceptable behaviour both morally and legally.
Unfortunately, the nature of business itself and the varying levels of experience and expertise of employees, usually means that not everyone is willing or able to perform as expected, and they will need to be given feedback that to them will be more negative than positive.
This excellent article, suggests that providing this type of feedback is needed to improve behaviour to bring out the best in a business, and it provides 10 rules you can follow to ensure the effective delivery of such feedback.
Every business owner eventually comes to the realisation that they cannot do everything themselves, and the longer they delay sharing of responsibility for outcomes with others, the less they are able to use their higher level skills that got the business off the ground in the first place.
Delegation is not a skill one is born with, it needs to be learned and regularly practiced, if one aspires to being a successful business owner of manager.
This excellent article, acknowledges that getting it right when it comes to effective delegation is harder than most people think it is, and it provides five tips you can follow to become a more effective delegator.
When Bath won national recognition as one of five Great American Main Streets this spring, it validated the efforts of countless community volunteers, business leaders and shop owners across Maine engaged in revitalizing and investing in their own...
Everyone loves a dinner party, which is why I'm always surprised when I hear people express something of a distaste about lead nurturing.
When you think about it, the two are very similar. They both require the host (the marketer) to not only build but also maintain relationships with their guests (leads) through conversation, solid rapport, and sense of trust.
As a business grows, it will usually need to find additional capital and higher levels of expertise, to fund and direct future growth activities.
Often, the capital and expertise sought, will only be available to those business owners willing and able to look at their business with fresh eyes and make necessary changes to support growth objectives.
This excellent article, suggests that success requires sharp tools, and a business owner needs to be constantly sharpening theirs in order to be able to grow through attracting investment.
Technology has radically changed, and will continue to change, the ways in which small business can effectively market their products or services to the world at large.
Nowdays, any business not employing a selection of online marketing activities, is doomed to eventually go the way of the dinosaurs.
This good article, highlights three key approaches to online promotion of your business, and it suggests that without utilising one or all of these approaches, you will in future find it very difficult to grow your business.
Reasearch has shown that engaged employees do far more for the bottom line of your business than those employees who are disengaged, and as it is so clear that any work done to improve the engagement levels of your employees pays off many times over, it makes sense for a business owner or manager to take every step they can to engage their employees.
Where to start and what to do is always the question, and with so much information now available on this subject, it can be quite confusing for a business owner wanting to improve the engagement levels of their staff.
This good article, stesses the importance of working actively to ensure your staff are engaged, and it provides 26 simple suggestions that you can implement to get the results you require for your business.