What if there was a way to create and promote ‘good habits’ within your company without anyone knowing?
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Launch a “smile campaign” that just may transform your company …
Who doesn’t want to increase high quality sales closings. 6 steps to implement sales management with accountability.
This information has been tested and refined over the last thirty years. First by me and now for the last ten-plus years by our over 2,000 SFS members.
What does it really mean to value you workforce as your greatest asset? Few cleaning and restoration companies live up to their claims of caring for their employees. How do you measure up? Does it really matter?
Can you be successful without enduring the inevitable agonies of hiring employees? Absolutely. But if you fly solo you must make a few adjustments.
This is a hard hitting Special Report with 10 Strategies that absolutely will transform your business- IF you implement them.
Do you know how to anticipate problems? Knowing what needs to be changed is the first step to avoid potential dangers in your business success.
Meg and John Burdick share their journey in the quest for success. Join us as we rejoice in their victories and commiserate with them in the pitfalls that all companies eventually face.
Many “burned-by-employees” cleaners and restorers reject the “getting big” dream and decide to “stay small” as a “Lone Wolf” owner-operator.
Building my business into “something of value” was one of the great joys of my life. BUT to grow your company RIGHT isn’t easy!
It is vital to communicate to employees your company’s daily, weekly and long term priorities. Here’s one way to do it …
The virus to which I’m referring is still alive, well and thriving in far too many companies.
Most of us have an over-active need for the approval of others. In the process, we let other people or things get in the way of what we could (and should) be. Even worse, we don’t achieve what we personally want out of life.
Does your cleaning/restoration company have these “Making It Easier” procedures implemented?