This Week in Business Strategies
March 16, 2019—To better assist shop owners with their production management, marketing tactics and leadership styles, FenderBender has compiled a short list of essential business-building material from some of its favorite sources.
No matter what you think of meetings in general, having regular, focused, and productive one-on-one conversations between a manager and her direct reports are vitally important. Nevertheless, supervision meetings are often held with unclear expectations, minimal planning, and even less enthusiasm.
As Your Team Gets Bigger, Your Leadership Style Has to Adapt – Harvard Business Review
If your team is five people, you can develop a personal relationship with each individual where you understand the details of their work, what they are good at, and maybe even the hobbies they enjoy outside the office. If your team is 30 people, you can’t manage them all directly, at least not to the same degree.
Entrepreneurs are always on a quest to win the race against time. Here are the best books for time management and productivity.
The No. 1 Excuse Holding You Back – Success
The most common excuse that people should let go of in order to be successful is, “It’s already been done.” Yeah, it has already been done. But not by you.