It’s tempting, as a business owner to try and do every job yourself. From payroll to marketing, or making your own cup of coffee (okay, you should do that), doing everything is ingrained in your psyche. But, trying to do everything comes with a wide range of risks. Failing
The coronavirus has likely made some huge changes to how you run your business. It has blazed through the national and global economy, decimating company profit margins, hobbling the value of currencies and causing record numbers of workers to file for unemployment benefits.
Every small business owner is likely to have to take on staff at some point or another. This, of course, is a positive thing, as it shows that your business is expanding, and the more your business expands, the more profit you are likely to be generating. However, taking
Employees are vital to the survival of your business. Usually, you rely on them to turn your visions into reality to make money, but this is an unpredictable time when everyone is in damage control mode.
If the phone is constantly ringing, it’s usually a sign that business is doing well. However, answering the phone can start to become a nuisance if you’re continuously being disrupted from other tasks.
If you started your business from scratch, then you know it better than anyone. You’ll have worked every hour of every day to get it off the ground. And there’s nothing more challenging or more rewarding than building something from the very beginning.
Every manager knows that their team are the backbone of their company. If you don’t have an efficient team then you won’t be able to achieve long-term success. If you aren’t sure if your team are working as well as they could be, then there are a few ways
Outsourcing is where you send out some of your work to get completed by an external company. This is an excellent move for growing small businesses because as your business grows, there will be more and more work that you have to do. By outsourcing some of your business