Strategies For Giving Feedback To Your Leadership Team

Posted on: 27 February 2018

Hopefully, you've built a culture of leadership where your managers feel secure with receiving feedback from you and each other. However, at the same time, your leaders are only human. Thus, it is important to take care in how you present feedback, who it comes from, the content of the feedback, and the environment where it's presented. Here are some tips on delivering feedback that will be constructive and well-received.  [Read More]

Tips For Mailing Posters And Art Prints Without Damage

Posted on: 6 March 2017

Posters may be easy to sell, but they're certainly not easy to ship. Because posters need to be delivered in "ready to hang" condition, they often require special preparation for mailing. If your business sells posters, art prints, or other paper products, there are a few things you might want to do to ensure that your customers are satisfied every time. Mark the Item Fragile -- But Don't Bank On It [Read More]

Outsourcing Your HOA Management

Posted on: 13 September 2016

Being part of a community that is governed by a homeowners association (HOA) has its benefits. The association can arrange for basic services like landscaping and snow removal, and you can take advantage of the collective bargaining power that exists when homeowners band together to secure contract services like Internet connectivity and cable television packages. Managing an HOA can be challenging, and it can serve as a source of contention between neighbors. [Read More]

5 Mistakes To Avoid With Promotional Products

Posted on: 28 July 2016

Handing out promotional products is a great way to market your business and attract future customers. Promotional products are affordable and can give you an edge up on your competition. However, if you are new to promotional marketing, it is easy to make mistakes. Here are five common mistakes you should avoid with promotional products: Not Tailoring the Products to Your Audience Promotional products will not do much good if your target audience has little use for them. [Read More]