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Being Proactive About Business Communication

I recently read Dave Ramsay’s book, EntreLeadership. You’ll want to read it because he openly shares his small business experience, insights and wisdom via real life stories. Dave explains the ‘great companies, great communication’ relationship with a perfect metaphor: “Your business is a party. You have invited your team to the party... Continue reading

Focusing on What You Really Want

The last few months have brought about a tremendous amount of change at The Business Therapist®. We’ve endeavoured to completely redefine ourselves in the way we’ve chosen to help the entrepreneurially inclined. We still strongly believe in helping business owners achieve cash, freedom, and happiness, but we believe traditional advisory is no ... Continue reading

Improving Employee Communications – When an Employee ‘Doesn’t Care’

When a business has employees with bad attitudes it's no fun for anyone. If the boss doesn’t care, it’s even worse.  Wouldn’t it be valuable to understand the how and why this poisonous situation sneaks into a business? We know from first hand experience that the vast majority of owners and employees do care. Some of them used to care a ... Continue reading

6 Tips to Holding Effective Team Meetings

Is it worth the effort to have regular team meetings? I find the businesses that hold regular meetings are also the businesses that run more efficiently. (i.e. make more money!) Here are some tips to consider to have productive team meetings: 1) Have a meeting every week. Dedicate a specific time and day of the week for the meeting. 2... Continue reading

Improving Communications in a Small Business

As a business advisor, I have noted time and again that effective employee communications in a small business can increase efficiency and create value within the employee-employer relationship. Let’s start with a short story:  Two co-workers are discussing an issue. Each one is confident their point of view is 'right'.  In order to resolve ... Continue reading