How Strategic Alliances Can Help Your Small Business

  Small business loans can help you really grow your company by providing you with the capital you need to obtain large quantities of supplies, rent another building to accommodate expansion, hire additional employees, and complete the daily tasks required of you in strengthening and building your company.  However, small business loans are not the…

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Tactics for Being the Best Boss

When someone on your team is promoted to a position where he or she is the boss, it can be a bit intimidating. This is especially true if it happens unexpectedly or is not something he or she had been planning on. While it is a great opportunity, it is also common for them to…

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How Much Financing Does Your Business Need?

Many small and medium businesses that have approached me in the past to serve as Interim CFO (Chief Financial Officer) – when I was providing such services through a previous company – to locate funding typically had no idea how much money they needed. They would put forth a number but could not explain how…

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Company Profile: How Does A CEO’s Online Image Impact The Business?

Everyone has an online presence. It can make or break your career if you are an average person, but it can do far more if you run a major company. For C-level executives, a media presence can have a major impact on a company’s future. Understanding exactly how a CEO’s online presence can help or…

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Happy Thanksgiving to All Business Owners!

Today is the day to give thanks. Customers and Clients Please give thanks for your customers and clients, without whom you would have no revenue or sales, and therefore, no business. Although things may not always go smoothly with them, listening to their complaints can provide you with a wealth of knowledge that you can…

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3 Creative Family Leave Solutions for Your Business

As a small-business owner, you can maintain a well-functioning business when employees take a multi-week maternity leave, have elderly care issues that require them to miss work or have child care issues that distract them. The Family Leave Act applies to businesses with more than 50 employees. Therefore, if you have more than 50 employees,…

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4 Ways To Step Up Your Management Game

As a business owner, you undoubtedly have a lot on your plate. You likely underwent some training, but may still have questions regarding leadership and management. Perhaps you received no training at all. Regardless, it is always a good idea to review your management style and incorporate new ideas for the future. There are a…

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Infographic: Five Types of Problematic Telecommuting Employees

Here is a great infographic from teamfocus.me that speaks to the concerns you have with remote – i.e., telecommuting – employees. It’s humorous yet provides actionable solutions. Enjoy! – TCW Source: 5 Types of Problematic Remote Employees – www.teamfocus.me

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Business Bust: 6 Ways Your Business Security Could Be Lacking

A lack of security in one or more areas can be detrimental to businesses because it can put valuable equipment and information in jeopardy. Companies often have a difficult time seeing growth if they don’t have the right security systems in place to keep the wrong people from gaining access to confidential information and spaces.…

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Six Actions Finance Should Start Doing

This is a continuation of last Thursday’s discussion on what Finance should stop doing and why. This post discusses what Finance should do from a holistic and restructuring perspective. Read the two articles in tandem for the most in-depth, overall insights. Here’s the link to the other article:  http://theresourcefulceo.com/2016/11/six-uneffective-and-unproductive-activities-that-financeaccounting-does/ – TCW Six Actions Finance Should…

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