Nine ways to improve business performance
Nine ways to improve your business performance
Supercharge your business with some simple tips.
Here are nine ways to make sure that you continue to drive through each business quarter with purpose, vision and the courage to super-charge your business.
1. Get a plan
You don't go on a journey without a map or any idea of where you're headed - so why fly blind with your business? Have a planning process, create a plan and execute.
2. Eliminate distractions
Time is the scarcest resource and biggest killer for most businesses. When we get busy we can also get distracted and focus too much time and energy on the wrong things. Be brave - slash standard meeting times, reduce unnecessary admin and delegate roles and responsibilities.
3. Use technology
Technology can help you decrease admin, improve communications, improve reporting and accountability. Whether it's for team communication or cloud accounting, slash paper and automate where possible. Talk to us about the different Apps that can help you make your business more efficient.
4. Keep on top of the numbers
Do you have enough information to monitor business cashflow and see emerging trends? We can help you identify the metrics to track on a regular basis, in order to run your business efficiently.
5. Say goodbye to bad customers
If possible in your business, get rid of ten time-wasters, bad payers, or customers who cause you pain. You will feel instant relief and spend your time better elsewhere.
6. Surround yourself with positivity
Make sure the people in your business understand and share your vision. Bring them onboard, listen to them and give them ownership. Don't let people who don't get it, or don't care, be a millstone around your neck. If they're not right, do them a favour and free up their futures.
7. Be different
Break the mould and position yourself to attract ambitious, growing and engaged clients, and employees.
8. Deploy marketing
Create a simple marketing plan to increase reach and penetration. Set aside a budget to treat this seriously. Start by making sure you really understand your customers. Existing customers are prospects too, keeping them happy is your first step. The more you know about them, the easier it will be to attract more of the same.
9. Take a break
Don't underestimate the time you have away from your business. It can allow you to come back refreshed with new enthusiasm and inspiration for the way forward.
If you would like to know more about ways to improve your business performance, book a time with us to discuss your options.
Your business success is important to us and we are here to help you.