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November / 2013

Leadership Styles – How to Make the Most of Them

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Being an effective operations manager does not always translate into being a great leader, a common misconception in small business management. Leadership is about creating and communicating a vision, inspiring others, teaching others and promoting a positive business model. Operational details are one thing; human nature is a whole different ball game. A great boss […]

Recognizing an Opportunity

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The saying “timing is everything” could not be more apt than when it comes to small business management. Timing and opportunity are often what segregate successful businesses from those that flounder. A true entrepreneurial spirit is rooted in this belief. “Stay active in the industry and up-to-date with the technology.” Opportunity does not come dressed […]

Testimonials and Referrals – The Value of a Positive Endorsement

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Recommendations and positive feedback from trusted sources are some of the most powerful tools when it comes to growing a successful business. Would you buy a new car without doing the research and reading the customer reviews? Probably not. Chances are, your clients follow the same principles. Referrals and testimonials can also be looked at […]