Our department is hiring. I’ve been asked to write an ad and assist HR as they narrow down the resumes. How do I write an ad that will get noticed? Attracting the best job candidates and finding the right fit for the role is critical to our small team. Help me write an employee ad that sells!
Hiring in Harrisburg, PA
So, your company is in a position to hire? That’s terrific! Business growth is all about getting the right people in the right seats on the bus.
Every day, your team runs into bumps in the road. These roadblocks and speedbumps require your team to hone their problem solving and decision making skills. But are you developing a team of problem solvers? Are your team members empowered to make decisions independently?
If your answer is shaky, you may need to work on building your team’s problems solving and decision making skills.
As the Head of Accounting, it’s my job to keep our team productive, focused, and on-task. Lately, there’s been a lot of conflict at work amongst our department. It seems like there are personality differences, petty arguments, and bad feelings everywhere. What would you recommend I do to smooth things over and build a stronger (more cohesive) team?
Conflict in Camden, NJ
Conflict at work wreaks havoc on moral! No one wants to be part of a team that’s falling apart.
Have you brushed up on your goal setting strategies lately? I know it may sound like basic business advice, but time and time again, I work with business owners who are struggling with setting and sticking to goals.
If you’re an entrepreneur, you know how critical it is to set goals regularly, but chances are, you either aren’t sure how to prioritize those goals once they’re set or don’t know how to avoid getting overwhelmed (or bogged down) by all that’s on your plate.
Good goal setting strategies begin with self-assessment.
Is your schedule packed with team meetings? Boring meetings? Meetings where everyone on your team talks in circles? How on earth do you lead better team meetings?
It turns out too many meetings are harmful to your overall business success and productivity. It may seem counterintuitive, but meetings are one of the most common productivity killers in the workplace.