Today’s labor market is tighter than it has been for years. Companies of every size and industry want to hire, but with a potential recession on the horizon, they know a poor hire can mean disaster. So how can you improve the odds?
Baseball is both complex and straightforward. It is a team sport but provides a platform for unique individual achievement. And it has definite and inviolate rules that are seldom deviated. Just like sales.
Clients come to KM Consulting because their businesses have problems or know that they could be operating better. We can help them because we understand what makes an excellent strategic plan.
Do not delay your succession planning. The cost of taking no action is too high to ignore, given that your business probably factors into your retirement. A good exit strategy with a clear succes-sion will ensure your workers, clients, and family are well taken care of.
You may have everything in your business in perfect order. But what happens when the client-facing part of the team goes into the field (or works virtually)?
We have previously written about how emotional intelligence is essential for business. It can help you become a better worker and leader. It can help you identify the same winning traits in others. E.I. can even help you develop these traits to their maximum potential. To help you maximize this essential virtue, we have gathered six questions to ask to determine emotional intelligence.
Many studies have shown that individuals with a high EI can be much more effective in leadership positions such as management. In our latest post, we discuss why understanding emotional intelligence is essential for business.
It doesn't matter if you are a small business, hospital, restaurant, or other. Your goal is the satisfaction of your customers and clients. You want more. You want the ones you have to come back and spend more. They will if you offer exceptional service.
How do you evaluate the cost of a bad hire? Hiring a new employee can be one of the most important decisions you make. Many managers have a story or several about the cost of a bad hire. We believe you are better off spending more money and time hiring a [...]
Entrepreneur, Intra-preneur or Employee – it's ultimately your choice, unless you choose to live in your parent’s basement or on the dole. Your ways to make a living are not as varied as you might imagine. The life of an employee, trading time for dollars seems quite adequate. After all, not everyone is cut [...]