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Plan 2015 to be the Best Year in Your Business Ever!

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Tue, Dec, 30, 2014 @ 08:12 AM

Most Success is Planning Success


Even if you have talented people, a team culture, good equipment, and so forth; without an accurate sales plan, nothing else matters. Without revenue of some sort; no Organization, Company, or even a Person can survive for long.

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Topics: systems, planning, business strategy, marketing management, process development, strategies, michigan consultant, improve efficiency, gross margins, more business, business success, increase profits, strategic work, marketplace, successful strategies, business systems, more sales, analysis, increase sales, system

Ways to Increase Profit: The New Leadership Training

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Thu, Dec, 04, 2014 @ 09:12 AM

The New Leadership Training

What does it take to run an Organization smoothly? You know that when you hire a new employee, you have to train them so they know how to do the job the way you want it done. But how do you guarantee that they are getting the best training? Is training all that important? Of course it is! Without proper training, your company will suffer losses due to errors and re-work so you are essentially paying someone that costs you money instead of making you money.

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Topics: profits, process development, Efficiency, improve efficiency, Efficiency Improvements, profit growth, strategic work, successful strategies, business systems, Process Mapping, productivity, marketingholt.com, coaching, innovation

Creating the Elusive Worktopia to Increase Growth

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Fri, Oct, 31, 2014 @ 15:10 PM

Change to be Better

Change to be better is a methodical business practice of ever-changing strategies and innovation. A core belief of this method is that success is in learning and creating and passion. Most people don’t change their business practices because they believe that what they are doing is the best way. Unfortunately, the reasoning behind this is because it is how they were taught and, in some cases, tweaked by the individual based on their own strengths and abilities. It is what they are comfortable with, and many fear the unknown.

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Topics: strategies, michigan consultant, improve efficiency, workflows, change, Efficiency Improvements, profit growth, information value, strategic work, task list, successful strategies, business systems, change management, coaching, innovation, tasks

Symposium of Success: Business Development Tips from Industry Leaders

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Thu, Oct, 23, 2014 @ 11:10 AM

This is a guest blog post written by Andrea Hewett, Social Media Business Director
for Holt Marketing and Management Services, Inc.

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Topics: Risk Aversion, business strategy, strategies, business success, information value, Entrepreneur, strategic work, strategic, successful strategies, coaching, innovation, information

Struggling to Find and Keep Top Talent? Best Recruiting Strategies...

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Fri, Sep, 26, 2014 @ 12:09 PM

Do you have a need to expand your workforce?

Do you stuggle to find and keep top talent for your important positions?

Do you have a recurring need to hire large volumes of employees?

Do you need to enhance, replace or institute a consistent recruitment process?

Great employees can make a big difference. Good, committed people that can deliver goals and build capacity are essential to a business. There are a lot of good people looking for good jobs, or wishing they had better jobs. But good or not, how do you if know they are right for your company? The best practice is to follow the key components of the hiring process. Whether you are looking for white collar, blue collar, or no collar; the key components of the hiring process is the same:

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Topics: time management, planning, recruiting, strategies, business success, strategic partnership, strategic work, recruitement strategies, recruiter, recruiters, finding good employees, finding great employees, successful strategies, business systems, recruiting strategies, recruitment, how to find good employees, hiring, looking for new hires

You Can’t Manage Time but You Can Manage Priorities!-part 2

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Tue, Jul, 29, 2014 @ 14:07 PM

Priority Management

A calendar system typically uses a month-at-a-glance page(s), week or daily view. The month page is a bird’s-eye view of tasks and deadlines to come; this view becomes useful for scheduling a month in advance. The daily sheet should contain three areas: time slots for scheduled appointments; tasks for prioritizing what needs to get done that day; and an area for comments or jotting down a record of additional daily events. You can accomplish the same thing using Microsoft OutlookTM.

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Topics: Saginaw, time management, planning, Efficiency, michigan consultant, improve efficiency, Michigan, optimization, workflows, Efficiency Improvements, strategic work, task list, tasks

You Can’t Manage Time but You Can Manage Priorities!

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Fri, Jul, 25, 2014 @ 14:07 PM

"I don’t have enough time to get everything done!"

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Topics: Saginaw, time management, planning, strategies, Efficiency, michigan consultant, improve efficiency, Michigan, workflows, Efficiency Improvements, strategic work, strategic, task list, marketingholt.com, tasks