Small Business Tools and Templates

When you build a house, you need tools. The same goes for building a business. EnMast has a wide range of powerful small business 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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Small Business Advisory Board Tool: How to set up an advisory board

How to Set Up An Advisory Board

Owning a business can be fulfilling and gratifying, but also lonely, stressful and frustrating. Dealing with this full range of emotions can be challenging, and it's difficult to find people who understand and who can help. Every business owner needs an advisory board -- a team and group of

Business Owner is a Title, Not a Job Description

Business Owner Job Description

While many business owners consider well-defined job descriptions crucial to their business, how many have actually taken the time to create a job description for themselves? Not many. But, a business owner needs a job description just as much as the rest of the team. In fact, a business owner may

Small Business Key Performance Indicator Template

Small Business KPI Template

As business owner, it's hard to maintain our focus on the most important issues in our business. It's hard to set priorities. We need sales to increase, but we've got delivery issues, too. What about that low-performing team member, when to you get to them? Though in the midst of all the craziness,

Flash Reports

Flash Reports

The flash report is a quick way for team members to “check-in” once a week with one another. It allows the team to see if the other team member’s activities and priorities are in line with their expectations. Are they getting things done? Are the things that they are working on the “right” things

Strategic Scheduling Tool

Strategic_Scheduling_Tool

If you are trying to grow your business, it is vital that you be strategic about how you spend your time and money. The nature of many small businesses is such that the owner spends much of his/her time reacting to situations and resolving crises. When this is the case, the urgent becomes a thief of

Crafting a Compelling Vision Tool

vision for your company

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 challenges,

The Ultimate Small Business Pricing Kit:
How to Increase Your Prices Without Losing Clients

how to increase prices

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

How to minimize employee interruptions

Team Member Issue Form

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

Project Brief and Delegation Tool

Project Brief Template

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

Small Business Positioning Statement Tool — “Brad Lib”

Positioning Statement Tool

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

The Ultimate Guide to Getting Work Done

The Ultimate Guide to Getting Work Done

"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

Employee Evaluation: Self Assessment Tool

Employee_Self_Assessment

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