by KLO Financial Services
The coronavirus pandemic has left many people feeling uncertain about the future, and with increased anxieties surrounding financial instability, many people are looking for alternative ways to ensure that their finances are as healthy as possible.
In this exclusive guest blog, our partner KLO Financial Services outlines how businesses and individuals can efficiently plan for their future as we slowly begin to return to normal after the pandemic.
There is a simple way of generating some good Marketing content and boosting your mental health at the same time: Testimonials. Not enough of us ask for them. In this short video, I outline, who to ask, how to ask and a tactic that is likely to generate results swiftly.
Health & Wellbeing
If you had a member of staff who was returning to work after a period of illness and inactivity, you would probably be ensuring that they were Fit to return to work before allowing them to do so. The same needs to be taken into consideration with Salespeople as they return to work after Self Isolation.
By Jessica Greaney at EDGE Creative
Which Social Media Platforms Should My Business Be Using?
With an enormous 67% of the population in the UK active on social media, we have an average of seven social media accounts each and spend nearly two hours a day using them (WeAreSocial). In short, this is good news for businesses!
Have you seen the programme? I believe it’s particularly popular currently as we feed our appetites for voyeuristic entertainment. Apparently, the Secret Eaters believe that they are only eating reasonable portions of healthy food with the occasional treat and yet, when filmed, it appears that they have altogether different eating habits.
Many of the Business Owners I deal with are so busy with the day to day issues of running that business that they only realise that they need help when they approach a crisis. They know what it is when it approaches because it tends to keep them awake at night. The fact that they lose sleep also means that they are uncertain about what the solution(s) might be.
Running a Management Consultancy focusing on client’s Sales growth, I am often asked to go and visit a company or person to determine how I might be able to help improve their people and processes. Helping people is part of my DNA and one of the key reasons I love what I do. It is also human nature to help those who ask for it.
How do we value ourselves and how do others value us? If we work in large organisations this tends to be measured ultimately by our remuneration package. Our salary may not meet with our personal expectations but it is usually set by market rates. Where the company gets this wrong, it can leave to staff leaving and being head hunted by their competitors or them simply leaving because of lack of engagement.