Learning organisations acquire a competitive advantage by finding ways of sharing information and maximising the potential of their employees.
You will get the most value from your training programme if you make it fit the needs of your business and your employees and provide clear expectations.
Even if you can only afford a small staff training budget, there are still several ways that you can maximise its effectiveness.
Small businesses must not neglect training and development if they want to maintain productivity and keep ahead of the competition.
For employers, one of the toughest decisions is when to fire an employee or to instead work with that person to improve performance and morale on the job.
You can use Pinterest to showcase your own products and further establish the unique brand of your business to potential customers.
The careful choice of a well-worded hashtag in social marketing helps drive customers to your business, but your tweets must contain useful information.
Use Twitter to engage with your customers, and improve your business’ online presence – but tweet appropriately, or you risk alienating potential customers.
Just about everyone is ‘on’ Facebook. How can your business use this social media platform effectively, to connect with customers and grow your brand?
A professional approach towards social media, as part of your overall marketing strategy, could pay dividends for your business.