Onboarding a new employee into your business should be a smooth process for all involved. Onboarding is simply the process of a new employee starting with your business.
Ever felt like hiding in the corner, or pretending like nothing is wrong, all in an effort to avoid having a difficult conversation with an employee?
We recently looked at the importance of knowing your numbers in business. There are a lot of benefits to knowing your business numbers, but one of the biggest questions you might have is, what numbers should I measure in my business? Let’s take a look at some of the most useful numbers you should measure.
Are you new in business, or looking to take the next step and grow your business? Working with a mentor, who has extensive professional and business experience, can help to provide guidance and support for you and your business.
The reason that many business owners start their own business is for more flexibility and ultimately, to make a profit. But how do you get there if you don’t really know what the numbers in your business mean? Let’s take a look at why knowing your numbers is key to running a successful business.
When it comes to business success, your staff are the determining factor between success and failure. Employees are your greatest asset because of the knowledge, interpretations and judgements they make for your business...
You have a great idea for your business and you’re ready to move forward with it… but do you have buy-in from your team to actually make it happen?
Systems and processes.
We all want to do it. Some already have done something about it. And a few have mastered how to really put it into action.
Some of the most brilliant strategies developed are only worth the paper they are printed on if they aren’t executed well, specifically by your front line employees who are interacting with your customers daily.
“I find that sometimes as a business owner, it can be a bit of a lonely game and you tend to feel isolated sometimes having to make important decisions (alone).” – Glen Reilly, Fitzpatricks Newcastle.
“I initially reach out to Your Business Momentum because I wasn't very happy anymore. I was tired. I was struggling to leverage the potential that I had in the business...” – Rachel Hall, Evolve Dental Healing.
When you think about your current team, what words come to mind? Are they proactive, resourceful and assured? Or are they ambivalent, meek and needy?
The success of your business depends on many factors. Undoubtedly the number one is the people you choose for your team. Without a strong, motivated and passionate team you will find your business limited.
Watch the interview below to find out more about the book, what inspired Greg & Troy to share their stories, and some of the lessons learned and insights gained throughout the process of creating Feet First.
Do you thrive on mentoring and coaching? Want to be a part of a successful and accountable team? We are looking for a motivated, skilled individual who will thrive within our business.
As you approach the new financial year, it is the perfect time to review a number of key areas within your business. The actions you take and implement now can help to set up your business for success in the new financial year.
Thinking big can help you to grow your business. Picture yourself 10 years from now. What does your business look like? How do you feel? Thinking big in business often starts with changing the way you think.
Running a business involves different challenges every day. Knowing what your business needs to keep things ticking along is an essential element of being a business owner.
Like many business owners, you may have wondered ‘What is a business coach? What does a business coach actually do?' A business coach really gets to know what makes you tick. They support you while helping you bring out the best business owner you can be.
Do you think you’ve got what it takes to be a successful leader? What you do every day, and how you communicate with and empower your staff are key ways to help you succeed. Some things you already do every day, without even thinking about them.
A new year. Fresh starts. A world of opportunities. Now that you’re back in the office and ready to take on the year ahead, it is the perfect time to reflect on the past year.
With 2018 quickly drawing to a close, now is the perfect time to be thinking about how to set yourself up for the new year. Planning for 2019 can be easy, if you take the time to consider a few key areas.
Perhaps you've owned your business for some time and now wish to retire, or maybe you have outgrown your current business and wish to pursue other avenues.
An organisational culture gradually develops over time and it is vitally important to the success of your business. As it is developing employees and business owners learn what is working and what is not.
The everyday grind of running a business can seem to takeover your time, consequently you can sometimes find yourself working more in your business than on it.
Greg recently chatted to Simon Fawkes on the B2M Podcast about his personal story, the motivation for writing his first book Feet First with Troy Parsons, and some of the lessons shared in the book.
For the last eleven months, I’ve been working on an important project. You may have heard a little bit about it already, but I’m excited to officially announce the launch of my book Feet First, written with my friend Troy Parsons.
You probably know me as the entrepreneur and strategist behind Your Business Momentum. However, it's taken me many years and setbacks to reach this point of success.
Everyone has a different definition of the word freedom. Freedom may mean living the life you want, pursuing your passion, working in a profession you love, among many others. For most of us, freedom to do what we really love is one of our highest priorities.
Here’s the truth: A millennial will have your job soon. The millennial generation, those born between 1980 and 2000, are now entering the employment sector in large numbers.
Business culture greatly affects the profits of a company more than one can imagine. When your people are well taken care of, they feel appreciated and are more likely to enjoy their work. Poor staff morale and lack of motivation will affect productivity.
We’re all busy – there is just so much to do every day and sometimes we wish we could add more hours to our day. How is it that some people are able to stay on top of things, whilst we struggle to get our work done?
You start a business with the intention of creating your nest egg and doing things you love the most. You always knew you had the motivation, but you are soon consumed by paperwork, managing cash flows, marketing, training new staff – the list is endless.
Are you in search of a business coach? Someone to provide you and your business guidance and a strategy for success? There is one area in Australian business that is almost completely unregulated: business coaching.
Setting achievable goals is at the heart of any good goal setting strategy. Your business goals will only be effective if you have a clear vision of what you want to achieve - and how you will achieve it.