You Can Generate Business Growth
It is indeed very painful when you do not know you can generate business growth.This can be done by bringing about small changes. Business owners suffer very heavy losses as they fail to bring about these important changes. This mostly happens due to their own ways of thinking and doing things. Nothing can be more devastating than the belief that you know everything. This belief makes you feel that if you can’t understand or relate to the depth of knowledge embedded in a management concept then it doesn’t exist in reality. It’s myth that keeps you moving in a viscous downward spiral.
Generate Business Growth by Removing Negative Forces
If you are a business owner who is after the life of an old employee because of some errors that keep happening on a day to day basis. There is a very high possibility that this is happening due to an inefficient process or work flow arrangement within your business organization. If you keep bombarding your employee,you will never know what’s killing your business. As you are unconsciously imposing negative forces on your organization. You can generate business growth by removing these five negative forces
- You continue with an inefficient process causing you losses
- You keep thrashing an old employee creating a feeling that there is no reward for loyalty
- Any new employees will leave you sooner than you think as they can very well visualize their future in your organization
- When the old employee gets another employment , you loose experienced and knowledgeable resource
- You continue with the same functioning style making you less effective as a leader and business owner
Incorporate Good Practices
The resultant attitude is that “I know it all & I am the best”. There is no harm in having that great confidence level but a little humility , just like a pinch of salt in a dish renders its taste, can add taste to your business growth story. Where you have the patience to hear the view points of other people. In that situation you actually open to question your own ways of doing business. This shift in your approach facilitates incorporation of good practices. Good practices from wheresoever they may appear must be absorbed in business conduct.