Many people live their lives chaotically; they dream and then wonder why their undertakings are sometimes successful and fail at other times. In this course you will learn the reason and will understand how to take 90% of chance out of all your endeavors...
How do you ensure your staff all have the same understanding of their duties, provide the same level of quality to you clients, and deliver your products or services in the same manner, every time? This can be something business owners and leaders struggle with daily. In this Reality Business video on how to create employee manuals Vadim Malchikov shares his personal experience with you, giving you practical tools you can implement right away.
You may have heard some discussion, sometimes even heated discussion, surrounding the question of how to deal with old and new clients. When working in the field of sales, as all business owners must understand, being able to differentiate between the two types of clients, and therefore how to deal with them, can often mean the difference between successful growth and stagnation.
As we saw in New Clients and Old Clients, Part 1, for optimal success and growth of your business, these two distinct clients groups need to be handled by different divisions of your organization. In part two of this important topic, join Vadim Malchikov once again and he takes you through the steps of transitioning your clients from the new clients group, to being established clients with their own personal consultant. Getting this step right is key to the growth of your team, and your business.
Have you ever felt like you’re on an endless rollercoaster? Speeding through life, going up, and then crashing down? Many of us come to see this as normal, whether for our health, in our work life, or in our interpersonal relationships with others. We have become conditioned to see life this way, we expect good days and bad, good times and bad, good health and bad, and in doing so never quite see an alternative might be possible.
When it comes to understanding the terms ‘responsible’ and ‘serious’, it’s possible we have been misunderstanding both for quite some time. This is especially relevant in the business world. Ideally, we want to be working with responsible and serious professionals, who we can trust to take ownership of their work, their departments, and their business goals. So what do we mean when we talk about being responsible? Or when by being serious?
Do you want the best employees working for your team? How do you know who they are? This is a crucial aspect of any business plan. In this second part in our responsible vs serious series, Vadim Malchikov discusses in greater detail the differences between being responsible and being serious, and how these differences can directly affect your team.