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If you’re a manager who’s continually developing your team members into leaders, you’ll likely be getting yourself noticed and marking yourself for promotion, too. The more prepared they are to make informed decisions and guide their peers, the stronger your department will be and the better you’ll look. So, when you get called up for… Read more »

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Employee turnover can be costly to your company. It wastes time, money, energy, and disrupts the workflow. So, first and foremost, you need to make sure you’re staffing your team with reliable employees who will come to work and do the job you need them to do. Here are three ways you can determine how… Read more »

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Employee onboarding is crucial. If you don’t orient your new employees properly, you risk having them waste time trying to figure out their roles, or worse, have them quit. And who can blame them? Who’d want to work in a place where you don’t feel fully welcome or competent? Here are three steps for an… Read more »

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It’s critical to set goals at the start of each year, so you can achieve growth and success. Long-term goals help you focus on short-term goals, which help guide your day-to-day activities at every level of your company. By declaring your company’s goals and setting priorities for your team, you unify your employees behind common… Read more »

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Employee retention is important. It says a lot about the health of your company. Losing a key employee costs your company money and time. But if you can retain your best employees, you can focus on selling your product, satisfying your customers and growing toward your long-term goals. Here are five ways you can make… Read more »

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As companies grow, they can become less flexible. A growing number of departments, conflicting goals and too many decision makers begin to dilute the company’s priorities. As a result, a company becomes slowed, or becomes stagnate, and innovation suffers. Here are five strategies to ensure your company continues to stay innovative without sacrificing growth. Encourage… Read more »

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The process for employee performance reviews should be as honest and transparent as possible. Remember, this is a chance for growth and development, so the more comprehensive your process is, the greater chance your employees will have to flourish. Here are seven ways you can improve your employee performance reviews to ensure you cultivate an… Read more »

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Instead of having time-wasting status meetings or tedious pipeline meetings, design your weekly staff meetings so they power your business forward. Elevate the discussions beyond the mundane facts and figures, and focus your team’s energy on engaging debates that bring about progress. If it’s something that could clearly be conveyed in an email, don’t spend… Read more »

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Medical sales is a competitive field, not only to obtain a job, but also to perform well and make the sale. And since these are generally high-salaried positions, the stakes for success are high, so you need to focus your efforts on knowing your product and developing your sales skills. Medical and product knowledge Just… Read more »

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Recruiting is a competitive business. You need to make sure you’re constantly honing your skills to stay ahead of the competition. You need to be a motivated salesperson with great communication and relationship-building skills. Here are some other skills the best recruiters have. Communication skills Communication involves both straightforward messages and more tactful, softer messages,… Read more »