The stings on TV give contractors a bad name. Contracting companies have to overcome a bad stereotype. Operating manuals make this easy.
Every contracting business owner wants to minimize chaos and boost sales. The question is… How? Operating manuals are the key.
How do you judge your staff's performance? Don't judge them based on your subjective opinion. Judge them based on objective facts found in your operating manuals.
One of the best ways to grow your business correctly is through buying the growth through acquisition. Not sure where to start? Here's how to do it.
Fighting fires in your business instead of focusing on important-but-not-urgent matters? It doesn't have to be that way. Operating manuals can help.
Finding and retaining good employees is by design, not by accident. Learn to be proactive versus reactive in the hiring process.
Keep hiring seasoned employees only to discover skill and behavioral issues? Why not hire willing employees and provide them with needed skills instead?
Letting go of disappointment and anger and instead showing gratitude toward your employees is the best way to bring positive change to your business.
Feel like you're spending more time working as a technician than the successful owner you're supposed to be? Operating manuals help you make the transition.
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