Behind every great business owner is a great team
Just like the thousands of ancient people who built the pyramids or the array of talented folks at NASA who put the first man on the moon, all great achievements come from having the right team.
A solid team will:
- Increase revenue
- Improve productivity
- Encourage innovation
- Boost morale
- Lessen stress
On the other hand, a poorly assembled team will:
- Miss opportunities
- Waste time
- Demotivate others
- Cause conflict, frustration, and stress
But team recruitment and management isn’t easy!
Many business owners struggle to attract, train, and keep quality team members.
Check out the articles listed below for a summary of W5’s best advice when it comes to creating a “dream team.”
If you'd like some 1:1 support, you can always book 15 minutes on my calendar to discuss adding a business coach to your team 😉
If you want a business that runs smoothly, profitably and (mostly) without you – you need to get good at delegating. Here’s how to do that
In the mid 1970s part of my job as a retail store manager was to take an active approach to recruiting. This is what I did and how I did it.
We often try to solve problems with content alone – when what we need to do is stop and figure out the *context* first. Here’s how
If you want a great business – the kind that runs smoothly, profitably, and mostly without you – you need a great team. Here’s how to get one
Your company culture is foundational to your business success. Want a better culture? You will need to actively cultivate it. Here’s how.
Are you still recruiting and hiring based on a 2008 job market? Finding employees in 2022 needs a different approach. Here’s what to do now
The first few days and weeks you spend with your new hire are critical to developing trust and rapport. Here’s how to get this new relationship off to a great start.
If you want to grow your business, you need to make time to work ON it instead of IN it. Here are 25 tasks you can outsource to a VA.
In a market where potential employees can have their pick of multiple job offers – recruiting can be challenging. Here’s how to attract more qualified applicants.