Redmon’s Rules – Rule #36: How to Build Your Dream Team

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 36th Rule: How to Build Your Dream Team Building your Dream Team starts with strong hiring, employee engagement, employee retention, and focusing on your vision, mission goals, and maximization of staff involvement. Read the article below to learn about employee engagement… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #35: Learn to Compete

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 35th Rule: Learn to Compete What’s your pricing strategy? Are you pricing products/services according to market demand and competition? If you don’t have a team to support research initiatives, invest in market research to take a deeper dive and get a… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #34: Lean Operations

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 34th Rule: Lean Operations Are you creating value for your customers by operating lean? If you aren’t, chances are your competitors are. Even if their business doesn’t operate in a lean state, you should ALWAYS run your business as if they… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #33: Everyone is a Salesperson

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 33rd Rule: Everyone is a Salesperson Some of you may think business development is your Sales Team, and while that’s true, so is recruiting, accounting, operations, your project management office, and your employees in the field. Never miss an opportunity to… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #32: Scenario Planning

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 32nd Rule: Scenario Planning Conducting what-if scenarios is an easy way to mitigate risk. Be proactive and not only plan for the best case scenario, but also the worst case scenario. Look at unsound external factors that influence your business to… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #31: Management Review

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 31st Rule: Management Review Who’s on your leadership team? When was the last time you assessed their capabilities? Can they lead your company into its next phase of growth? Ask yourself these questions to evaluate your team’s performance. Do you have… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #30: Workplace Culture

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 30th Rule: Workplace Culture Does your office inspire staff to be productive? What tools are you providing to spark ingenuity? Create an atmosphere that inspires employees to be innovative and excited. Reward their ambition and encourage their dreams. Help them help… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #28: How to Boost Your Bottom Line

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 28th Rule: How to Boost Your Bottom line Staying ahead of the curve is the best position to be in. See Rule #8. This ties in with boosting your bottom line and remaining “in the black.” There are several options that… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #27: Business Credit Score

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 27th Rule: Business Credit Score Entrepreneurs prepare to launch their businesses by solidifying their service or product offering, writing a business plan, and some seek financial backing – all of which are critical components to starting a business. However, when it… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #26: New Beginnings

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 26th Rule: New Beginnings As we approach 2016, evaluate your business to measure your level of preparedness for the New Year. Did you set realistic goals to reach new heights? Does your organization need restructuring to move in the right direction?… Read more »