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.
Personnel. It’s one of the most important aspects of your business to get right. High turnover is costly. Underperforming staff can eat up finances with little return. It’s an issue all businesses face. In this short instructional video Vladislav Musatov describes for you the different classes of personnel, giving you practical advice to help you with your hiring strategy and performance management plans.
Creating rules and instructions for your company is a fantastic way to support the growth of your business. No matter the market you work in, or the size of your company, having a set of rules and instructions, also known as policies, gives you a number of benefits. In this Reality Business video hosted by experienced consultant and trainer Vladislav Musatov, you will not only learn what these benefits are, but also receive practical instruction on how to create your own policy letters for your business.
There are certain attributes of great leaders that instil a sense of respect and loyalty from employees. Ethics Presence is one such attribute. In this video from Reality Business, join Vladislav Musatov, an experienced consultant and trainer, and learn what exactly Ethics Presence is, and how you can apply these principles yourself to inspire loyalty and commitment from your team.
False affluence has the potential to literally destroy your business. Hopefully you have heard this term before, but perhaps you have not. In either case, our short video with consultant and trainer Vladislav Musatov will give you a detailed and useful introduction to the concept of false affluence, and provide you with a useful tool every business owner should understand to avoid the dangers that you can potentially run in to.
Antonio Stradivari was magnificent craftsman, who handmade musical instruments - violins, cellos... And during the time he made them, people thought that he was the only one who knew how. But this video regarding your personnel and about trap that you can get in without job descriptions.
Ever wondered what the secret is on how to handle work? How to be more efficient and get things done? Do you find yourself always running behind in tasks? You may be feeling overwhelmed and tired. Perhaps you find yourself wondering how successful people always seem to be on top of things, always seem to get things done, and always have the energy for more? The secret may actually be simpler than you might initially think.
What is the key to expansion of your business? Better products? Sure, that’s great, but what about your client base? Increasing the number of your new clients is essential to the expansion of your business. Without expanding your client base, you run the risk of being more vulnerable to market fluctuations, or being vulnerable to old clients leaving for some reason. So how do you expand your client base?
Like attracts like is a well know expression that you have most likely heard before. How can this principle be used in the context of personnel hiring and engagement? After all, as a business owner you understand that a large portion of your business expenses go towards covering payroll. How can you take steps to ensure you have lower turnover, and have the best possible team working for your business? This is what Vladislav Musatov will share with you in our Like Attracts Like video.
In business, we are always looking for ways to improve our staff productiveness. Reasons for un-productive staff can vary, but there are often some common issues across all businesses that we as leaders or owners may not be aware of. One such potential issue is that of misunderstood words. Many business owners may not be aware of this issue, which could potentially be costing their businesses not only sales and income, but also lead to staff turnover and the loss of top employees.
Money first, then the chairs. What does this mean? Why is this important? Understanding this concept is foundational to the success of your business. We’re talking about the order of how you do things in your business. Do you deliver your product, and then seek payment for it? If so, you could be at risk of loosing thousands in revenue.