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Make things go right, not wrong

As business owners we all want to increase productivity, efficiency and profits. As a busy business owner it’s tempting to overlook the need to communicate regularly with your staff and the benefit of staff meetings.  A properly planned and executed meeting … Continue reading

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Congratulations to our Long Island clients who were recently awarded NARI 2014 Regional Contractor of the Year Awards  (CotY) GB Construction and Development Inc. Entire house $250,000-$500,000 DG Custom Built Homes and Remodeling Residential addition over $250,000 DJ’s Home Improvements, Inc. Residential kitchen over $120,000   … Continue reading

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Be Prepared to Hire

Most of us have heard of disaster preparedness for example getting your bag of items ready in case of emergency.  When you are hiring new staff you also need to prepare with a “toolkit” of sorts so that you are … Continue reading

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Looking Back and Moving Forward

Looking Back and Moving Forward By Lorraine Hart, President, Ideal Consulting Services, Inc The recent celebration of Ideal Consulting Services’ 20th anniversary has prompted me to reflect on the past and look into the future.  As I reflected on the … Continue reading

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Awards Achieved by Ideal Consulting Clients

Let’s talk about awards, certifications and recognition. The one thing that they have in common is the fact that the individual and/or the company they represent have gone over and above what is normally expected.  These individuals and groups have … Continue reading

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Increasing Staff Productivity

Reward your staff for doing a quality job and getting it done in less than scheduled time and they will continue to produce at this higher level. What rewards have worked for you?

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