Updated 8/1/2022. Originally published in the August 2021 issue of ENX Magazine. We can’t ask ourselves how we return to normal without first addressing what normal looks like for each of our businesses. With all that is thrown at your business, confronting your company culture may seem like a backburner topic. Yet, what if we told you clearly defining and maintaining your company culture and values was the key to successful business interactions?
Are your customers unwilling to give up their ancient technology? Are they so married to the outdated analog phones, exchange servers, or backup tapes that it is costing you profit and efficiency to support them?
Updated 7/20/2022. First published 11/5/2019. We’ve all heard about the massive importance of incorporating video when it comes to marketing, but what we’ve only just begun to realize is how much more powerful video can be if it becomes a part of your organization’s culture.
Updated 7/14/22. Originally published 1/28/2018
Updated 7/13/22. Originally published 4/6/21 Finding the right person to join your team can be a challenge. Surprisingly, the real battle may be retaining that talent once you find it. Add a global pandemic, inventory shortages, and soaring gas prices into the mix, and things get even more complicated. Some employees are leaving their organizations and seeking jobs that are either remote or closer to home to cut back on gas spending. Commission-based roles are driven to leave organizations struggling with inventory shortages for those that have closer ties to manufacturers, and therefore have equipment to sell. Additionally, more employees are working from home and that means there is less personal interaction with coworkers, managers, and company leadership. All these scenarios and more are creating challenges when it comes to retaining top talent.