Chances are that you may have contemplated this extremely important question as a business owner:
Should I give my employee a raise?
In today’s blog post, I’m going to share with you some specific guidelines that can assist you in coming to your own decision when it comes to your personal team.
With that in mind, let’s move forward, o.k.?
Before You Hand Out Your Next Raise, Please Consider This…
To find out if your employee is “raise worthy”, take a few moments to evaluate your employee by asking yourself the following questions:
Question #1: Is My Employee A “REAL TALENT” Or Are They Simply Collecting Their Paycheck?
Giving your employee a raise is something that has an effect on both your business and the employee receiving the pay increase. If your employee is a contributor and not simply collecting a paycheck, do consider giving this rock star a raise.
In today’s blog post, I’m going to share with you 7 leadership best practices that you can successfully implement dailyto take your leadership skills to the top!
If you’re looking to be the best leader you can be, and you have a deep desire to get the most out of yourself and your team, then do yourself a favor and continue reading every word of this blog post, o.k.?
Implement These Leadership Habitudes Daily
Habitude #1: Master The Art of Decision Making
As a leader, your team and your customers are counting on you to make decisions every single day that you do business. I created an entire blog post about this that you can read here
Does the idea of providing corrective discipline to an employee frustrate you?
If you said “Yes” to the above question then frustrate yourself no more my friend because I have a very special technique that I am excited to share with you today called the “Oreo technique“.
If you’re not sure exactly what it is, worry not because you’re going to get the full scoop on what the “Oreo technique” is as well as how to use the “Oreo technique” in just a moment…
Disciplining Your Employees Is A Breeze When You Know How…
What you’re about to receive will change the way you discipline your employees in the work place forever.
It’s called the “Oreo technique“, and it’s a 3-step process that will allow you to clearly, and constructively correct any employee without the typical headaches of traditional correction done in the work place.
To best illustrate this concept, let’s focus on how to construct an Oreo cookie….