Redmon’s Rules – Rule #23: Use Technology to Compete

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 23rd Rule: Use Technology to Compete Your competition won’t stand a chance if your company is evolving with technology. Since technology changes overnight, examine trends, new products/services, and invest in products that increases efficiency. Remember, your client’s are concerned with results…. Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #22: Don’t Neglect Brand Perception

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 22nd Rule: Don’t Neglect Brand Perception A satisfied client who echoes the brilliance of your business supersedes any advertising you can do for your company. Therefore, listen, pay attention, take note of market data and reflect on your brand perception. Focus… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #21: Sealing the Deal

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 21st Rule: Sealing the Deal In business, negotiating deals is your livelihood. Don’t be afraid to leave money on the table if the deal isn’t concrete. Evaluate areas of your business that would be affected by this transaction and do due diligence… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #20: Support Our Veterans

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 20th Rule: Support Our Veterans Veterans Day is recognized once a year, but our Veterans sacrificed for our safety every day. Celebrate and support our Veterans by providing career and business opportunities. They have a wealth of knowledge and discipline that… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #19: Client Engagement

  Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 19th Rule: Client Engagement One secret to keeping your clients happy lies in your level of engagement – your ability to accurately assess their needs, make recommendations that positively impacts their bottom line, and deliver results that exceeds their expectations…. Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #18: Paying it Forward

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 18th Rule: Paying it Forward Some would like to think we made it this far in our businesses as a result of our own efforts. Partially true. Everyone has had help along the way – perhaps guidance from a mentor and/or… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #17: Building a Business

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 17th Rule: Building a Business When competing on price alone, your clients and prospects that are price shopping will always go to a competitor that undercuts you. Focus on building your business on its value – the work you deliver, the… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #16: The Growth Factor

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 16th Rule: The Growth Factor Everyone aspires to have a growing company, but what do you do when growth exceeds your capabilities? To avoid this bottleneck, strategically plan your way to the top. Map out every avenue that could potentially produce… Read more »

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #15: Flexibility Increases Opportunity

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 15th Rule: Flexibility Increases Opportunity Develop a nimble business plan that actively supports swift responses to market trends and conditions. No matter the industry, the early bird still gets the worm.

Redmon’s Rules – Rule #14: Employee Recognition

Redmon’s Rules: providing weekly rules and tips on leadership, management, business growth and strategy. 14th Rule: Employee Recognition We all share a commonality of wanting to be recognized for our efforts. Don’t delay praise. During moments of progress, tell employees they’re during a good job. Be the catalyst that boosts their performance. Are you recognizing… Read more »