All of us from time to time have trouble solving problems. We may stew about it or even cuss about it. But what we really need to do is discuss it.
Certain problems are of a nature that they need to be discussed with our Attorney, Accountant, Financial Advisor, Insurance Agent or other appropriate professional Advisor.
However, when you have a work related problem, have you considered talking it over with the people who work for you? Do you see what ideas or suggestions they might have? After all, they are out in the field every day and may have faced the issue you are having trouble with. And if you do talk to them, you should thank them for their ideas and suggestions whether you use them or not.
Many times, an owner of a Carpet Cleaning Company gets bogged down in the day to day operation and fails to utilize the potential of their employees. Nobody has all the good ideas, not even the owner. If you keep encouraging your employees to think about and try to solve a problem, then you will be pleasantly surprised. Everyone wants to feel they are part of the company and by asking their opinion, it will keep them engaged. While we can’t guarantee it, we are fairly confident that you will get one or more good ideas that will help. A good owner isn’t necessarily the one with the most valuable ideas. It may very well be the one who stimulates others to assist in solving problems.
Related Information and Articles:
- Building Your Own Carpet Cleaning Business
- The 15 Factors of Success in Carpet Cleaning Business
- Solving Problems
- Test of a Good Owner
- Training for Professional Cleaning Companies
- VIDEO: Bane-Clene® Business Management School
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