James Carchidi's Blog – August 2008 Archive (3)

Tough Times Don't Last - Tough People Do!

No matter what your job title, almost all of us have management as a component in our daily routines. The problem is that many of us are knowledgeable in our jobs, but few know how to transform them.

Individuals must analyze and grasp their own ideas and then create a plan to act on them.

Complacency is not an option. Companies will never make improvements unless its employees make conscientious efforts to polish, innovate and reinvent their jobs.

Organizations have an… Continue

Added by James Carchidi on August 19, 2008 at 8:19am — No Comments

Dennis Rodman, a sales instructor?

“Dennis Rodman was in the National Basketball Association for several years, playing hard and posting impressive rebounding numbers. But he received little publicity and few, if any, endorsement contracts. Then he created a USP (unique selling proposition) for himself – bizarrely bright, multi-colored hair and outrageous tattoos. With that came notoriety and a fortune in publicity and product endorsements.” Jay Abraham --Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got

It is hard to… Continue

Added by James Carchidi on August 8, 2008 at 1:09pm — No Comments

Replacing mediocre employees

Can you identify one of your employees whose poor customer service or output adversely affected the bottom line?

If your organization is heavily based on customer service -- which pretty much covers all businesses -- then you shouldn't gamble with hiring employees. This process should be of utmost concern.

Weeding out the mediocre is not for the: faint hearted. This process takes planning and strategy. If done too quickly, it may send out the wrong message. Such action has… Continue

Added by James Carchidi on August 6, 2008 at 2:30pm — No Comments


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