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Are Teams Really Effective?

One of the most common examples of team effectiveness can be seen on a cool day in the fall.  As you look up into the sky, you can see a flock of geese embarking on their southern sojourn.  The "V" formation that they fly in as a group actually benefits each individual bird.  As each goose flaps its wings, it creates an updraft for the bird immediately behind it.  By flying in a "V" formation, the entire flock can fly 71% farther than each member of the flock could alone.



"Instead of giving myself reasons why I can't, I give myself reasons why I can." 

~ Author Unknown



"The smartest business decision you can make is to hire qualified people. Bringing the right people on board saves you thousands, and your business will run smoothly and efficiently."
~ Brian Tracy



"Teamwork divides the task 

and multiplies the success."

 ~ Author Unknown


Daylight Savings Time

The idea of daylight saving was first conceived by Benjamin Franklin during his sojourn as an American delegate in Paris in 1784.









Have Critical Information Before You Hire

Replacing employees or hiring for new positions can be a difficult task. Having the right people in your business make the difference between your company being successful and falling behind. When it is time to hire for a position within your company, you can feel confident in whom you choose to interview with these few steps.


The Need To Know 'WHY'

Helping people understand their purpose

Many things lead to the success of a business. Productive management and employees are certainly one of the top reasons a company is able to meet their goals. With motivated team members, customer service soars, office morale is higher, retention is greater, and the company is able to grow. The true challenge is figuring out how to motivate your team to accomplish their tasks. While most of your staff likely understands what their job entails, they probably have no idea why they have been assigned these tasks. If you are looking to keep those that work for you productive, you must answer the biggest question, "Why?"