Do you have a leadership philosophy? You might need one if you plan to lead with consistency and credibility.
When’s the last time you heard someone in your company beg to do kitchen duty? Exactly. Kitchen duty is one of those office housework assignments that everyone would like to avoid.
SalesFuel is proud to announce its “Manage Smarter” Podcast has joined the C-Suite Radio Network, the premier source for the world’s leading business podcasts for C-suite leaders, business executives, and entrepreneurs. Featuring premium content from top thought leaders, C-Suite Radio is designed to increase knowledge, deepen understanding, and build skills to enhance listeners’ personal and
Is one of your team members in your office again? Is this the same team member who has been complaining about the same issue for months?
It’s not enough for the leader to be creative. The people who are led must also be taught to be creative.
SalesFuel is proud to announce the launch of its new Manage Smarter™ podcast, available now on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play and other platforms. The show’s website is www.managesmarter.com. Hosted by SalesFuel’s CEO C. Lee Smith and Director of Communications Audrey Strong, the show is dedicated to helping managers and leaders “Manage Smarter.” It’s a frank
Team Development Cycle – Good managers improve numbers. High-performing managers improve people. The cycle in this infographic, if repeated, will develop your team into a high-performing team.
“Develop an employee and you improve one person’s job performance. Develop a manager and you’ve improved the entire team.” So says SalesFuel CEO C. Lee Smith about why he created his new data-driven management platform, TeamKeeper®, which develops smarter, more effective managers. The new 2.0 version is rolling out 4 new, significant features that increase
FSR Magazine reports that hotel restaurants are popular choices for holiday parties these days. “Behind the scenes, many companies and organizations are already planning for the holidays, and have been, in some cases, since the last glass of champagne was toasted in 2014,” Danny Klein wrote.