Tom Borg Archive

Research shows over and over again that clear and ongoing communication remains the number one challenge businesses face today.
It takes different types of people to successfully accomplish the types of tasks that must be completed in the office and out in the field.
Aside from good wages and fair benefits, there are a number of other things that will help create a culture to attract top notch employees.
One of the challenges for most business owners, managers and employees today is they don’t really know what their customers are experiencing.
Stop selling at the lowest price. A graph with a bullseye in the upper right hand quadrant.
Many businesses think the lowest price approach is the only way to market their services and products. This is not always the case.
A graphic of people having a conversation with the words "start listening."
Many business owners and managers in the irrigation and landscape lighting industries are worried that they cannot find good employees.
green industry employee retention
Just saying that it’ll be a tremendous year for growth won’t make it happen. Take stock of the business paradigms you’re using to expand your business,
COVID-19 success business paradigms
Plan ahead to take advantage of the changing times.
leader teams group culture
Communicate and build culture to bring your team together.
company mission statement purpose
Join forces to make your mission statement really serve your business.
diverse workforce; diverse company, diverse workplace, inclusion, diverse leadership
Encouraging diversity in the workplace leads to a high-performance business.
employee growth; career advancement, development, engagement, retention, feedback, managers, advance
Create a developmental success plan for your employees.
see clearly, problem solve, create certainty, right solution, TMET method, issues
Learn 3 ways to create certainty during uncertain times.
frontline customers
Empower your frontline team to connect effectively with customers.
Up to the challenge
Focus on these 3 strategies to grow your business during a shutdown.
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