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Managing Smart
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Getting through to the boss

June 1, 2008

I often get calls from managers who feel like owners don't respect or listen to them.

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Why clients leave

June 1, 2008

"The waiting area smelled of urine and pet odors." "The surroundings were dirty and depressing." Don't let these comments be from your clients.

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Who's in control?

May 1, 2008

A self-serving team member may be pulling the strings at your practice. Why are you letting it happen?

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Rx for presenteeism

April 1, 2008

A problem more disruptive and costly than absenteeism, "presenteeism" occurs when contagiously sick employees show up for work.

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The R word: Recession

April 1, 2008

With a possible recession looming, a wave of financially struggling clients may be cresting at your door. Are you ready?

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Sample engagement letter

July 30, 2007

Customize this sample Word document to start engaging your own team of consultants today.

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5 startup horror stories

July 1, 2007

Let these lessons keep you out of a business nightmare of your own.

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A team that saves the day

July 1, 2007

Even if your practice doesn't need to be rescued, wouldn't it be nice to have these three management angels in your corner?

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Links to helpful HR sites

June 1, 2007

The details you need to update your employee manual are just a click away.

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