How to stay focused when things get tough When things get tough, you need to look back at the vision for your company. But why? Owning a business is more about just making money. You got into to your business, not just to make money, but to also make a difference. And when we face
Tools for Small Businesses
When you build a house, you need tools. The same goes for building a business. EnMast has a wide range of powerful tools to help you overcome any business problem. Below you'll find a library full of downloadable tools, templates, how-to guides and more.
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If you want to stop working yourself to the bone, being busy all the time and not making great money, you need this small business pricing kit. This eBook and webinar combo will help you learn how much to charge for your services and how to increase your prices! This Small Business Pricing Kit Includes… This Small
How to get employees to solve their own problems (without interrupting you) You want your employees to be self-sufficient, but they still need you. So when an issue arises that needs your counsel, there is a way to handle it in a way that builds their confidence and resolves the situation quickly. The Team Member Issue
How to Delegate Tasks More Effectively How often do you delegate a task to an employee, but they don’t complete it the way you wanted them to? Then get frustrated because they did it wrong and end up doing it yourself? (Sound familiar?) When we are defining a project that someone else is going to complete,
If you’re having a hard time positioning your company, you’re in the same boat as many small business owners. This simple positioning statement tool for small business will help you develop a positioning statement for your business. It’s like a mad-lib, or rather “Brad-lib.” Fill the blanks in and start crafting your positioning statement today!
“Starters” are great at starting things — new projects, new ideas, new tasks. But they’re not the best at finishing things. “Finishers” on the other hand are great at finishing things — taking existing work and bringing it to completion. If they’re given a blank sheet of paper, it’s really hard for them to get
When it comes time to do employee evaluations, it’s important that not only the supervisor evaluate employee performance, but that employees evaluate their own performance as well. Having the perspective of both people can bring about great revelations, which can lead to employee development, job satisfaction — and great things for your company. Give your
Do you have a favorite client? Do you have a not-so-favorite client? With the EnMast “Ideal Client Discovery” exercise, you can learn how to find clients and attract more ideal clients so that you don’t have to waste your time with those no-so-ideal clients. This exercise starts with some self-reflection and moves toward implementing an
Bonuses can be powerful tools to communicate to your team what is important to you, what the priorities are for the next period of time, and what will move the company toward its overall goals. Additionally, a bonus can act as a reward by providing recognition for effort “above and beyond” and it can be
If you don’t have a way to measure performance, then it is impossible to tell if you are making any progress against your business objectives. The Key Performance Indicator Template enables business owners to identify the various criteria (KPIs) for operational success, determine how frequently the KPIs will be measured and communicate the KPIs to