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A recent article, Get Off the Feast-and-Famine Treadmill by Deena Anreise says that as a professional service provider, your business is mostly dependent on referrals.  Nevertheless, as you’re too busy working with your current clients, you find it really hard to encourage new referrals and nurture them to new business…..
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A recent article, Get Off the Feast-and-Famine Treadmill by Deena Anreise says that as a professional service provider, your business is mostly dependent on referrals.  Nevertheless, as you’re too busy working with your current clients, you find it really hard to encourage new referrals and nurture them to new business.

Here are three administrative tasks that you can delegate to your virtual assistant to help you generate and nurture referrals for your business continuous growth in Lake Mary Executive Office Space.

Find and maintain relevant networking events.

All you need to do is to decide whether or not the scheduled event is interesting to you. Once at the event, have fun and be pleasant to attract people around you. Don’t try to get a new client on the spot, but build a network of fans (solid connections) that will remember you when someone is in need of your services.

Remind you to follow up new contacts.

At a networking event you can make solid connections which can be potential business resources. For instance, you can take a snapshot of each business card that you’re handed at an event and send them to your virtual assistant for your CRM.  On the following day, your virtual assistant in Lake Mary Coworking Office Space will remind you to follow up with these clients with a simple greeting to stay in touch that can lay the foundation for future referrals.

Nurture, continuously.

Your virtual assistant can help you maintain and nurture your contacts consistently. She/he can categorize your potential contacts in your CRM by their interests and affinity groups or can make a draft of several personal emails you can send each day or remind you of your appointments with your clients.

Conclusion

A virtual assistant is essential to do these recurring tasks so you can stay focused on the core of your business while increasing your referrals.  YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team office space and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

What other tasks can you delegate to a virtual assistant to stay focused on your business?  We’d love to hear your comments.  You can also visit us on Google Plus and Twitter.

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A recent article, 9 Ways to Create a Workspace That Enhances Your Productivity  by Toby Nwazor says that comfort and convenience are important factors to improve efficiency and productivity whether you’re working from home or in an office. Listed below are tips to make your office space more comfortable and….
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A recent article, 9 Ways to Create a Workspace That Enhances Your Productivity  by Toby Nwazor says that comfort and convenience are important factors to improve efficiency and productivity whether you’re working from home or in an office.

Listed below are tips to make your office space more comfortable and improve your productivity.

Use ergonomic furniture and tools. Obviously, the most important thing to be comfortable at the workplace is having an ergonomic desk chair and computer paraphernalia like keyboard and mouse.     These are designed to provide optimum comfort and to avoid stress or injury.

Have adequate lighting. You should get adequate lighting in the workspace whether natural or artificial lights to make comfortable for reading, writing and other activities.

Control office temperature. The temperature in your office is very important –regulate the temperature in your space, regardless of the temperature outside your Denver Individual Office space.

Decorate your space. Your office should be comfortable and attractive but it should also be functional and efficient. Decorating a small office space Denver style can be a challenge! If you like, you can have subtle “cowboy” accents like rustic leather and furs. Have fun with it, but keep it professional!

Stay organized. A cluttered workspace reduces your productivity and curbs your overall level of comfort. Hence, only the necessary stuff should be on your desk and ensure they are accessible. Don’t muddle your workspace with decorative items instead put them on the wall in front of your desk where you can see them.

Provide a quiet room. Stress in the workplace is inevitable. So provide a small private space where you and your staff can spend a few moments to meditate and reflect.  This is a great way to refresh and rejuvenate from a hectic day.

Conclusion

Considering these tips can help increase productivity and reduce stress.  It’s great if you’re working from the comfort of your home, nevertheless if you want to enhance your business presence, YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team office space and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

How do you improve productivity in your workspace? We’d be glad to hear your thoughts below and you can also see us on Twitter and Google Plus.

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A recent article, Four Ways for Managers to Insert Flexibility into the Workplace by Regus Blog says that flexibility is an effective means to attract the most talented employees as well as retain them.  It offers autonomy and empowerment. Here are some simple steps to adopt flexibility options for employees….
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A recent article, Four Ways for Managers to Insert Flexibility into the Workplace by Regus Blog says that flexibility is an effective means to attract the most talented employees as well as retain them.  It offers autonomy and empowerment.

Here are some simple steps to adopt flexibility options for employees to stay happy.

Ask your staff and be ready

Ask your staff what flexible means to them before the options can be implemented and be prepared to cater various requests. For instance, some employees may request flexible work hours that could alleviate stress and allow them to attend to some personal commitments. Other employees may prefer to telecommute a few days a week to avoid a long commute. 

Consider alternate work locations

Long commutes and busy traffic deter productivity and exasperate employees.  Hence, allowing your employees to work from home or if some of your employees reside in Orlando, then letting them work in an Orlando Shared Office Space a few days a week can promote more autonomy and improve their work-life balance.

Gauge performance by output

Nowadays, more businesses are adopting a (ROWE) Results Only Work Environment where employees are gauged based on output rather than number of work hours. Managers can spend more time on evaluating the quality of the completed tasks if they aren’t exhausted by closely supervising the works of employee daily activities. 

Schedule regular web based meeting or videoconferencing

Since work flexibility is a trend, keeping some remote staff connected will require the use of the best advanced technology options. Web-based project management programs and videoconferencing are some means to set regular meetings. You can check out and book HD Video Conferencing rooms for rent Downtown Orlando to stay up-to-date on all projects and office activities. 

Conclusion

Work flexibility is good for business –it creates a strong company culture through trust, and encourages loyalty. Employees will feel more motivated and will be grateful for the opportunity to have a flexible work/life schedule.

YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team office space and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

Are you ready to adopt work flexibility in your business? We’d like to hear your comments and you can also visit us on Google Plus and Facebook.

Good Employees

A recent article, 4 Tips for Learning What Makes Employees Happy by Tony Delmercado says that happy workers are proven to be productive– that happiness plays a more powerful role in boosting productivity than financial incentives do. Here are four ways you can consider to ensure your employees happiness and your….
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A recent article, 4 Tips for Learning What Makes Employees Happy by Tony Delmercado says that happy workers are proven to be productive– that happiness plays a more powerful role in boosting productivity than financial incentives do.

Here are four ways you can consider to ensure your employees happiness and your company’s profitability.

  1. Hire carefully.

The initial step is to hire carefully, hire individuals with a good disposition and ensure the character of all new hires aligns with the company culture. Promote rapport in the workforce, because employees are happiest when they sincerely like their co-workers. Also, an exciting workplace is a significant reason people enjoy their jobs. Your office layout has great impact on your work environment, thus design a Charlotte Plug and Play Office or Charlotte Agile Office Space style, and make it fun but keep it professional.

  1. Ask employee feedback about the workplace.

If you sense there is tension or negative communication floating around you’re team, address it. Find out what may be causing it. Promote a transparent culture where employees feel safe to give honest feedback.

  1. Listen to employee feedback.

Take a walk through the office, mingle with your employees and listen to their conversations. When people confess something about their dissatisfaction, focus on it. Some stressors in the workplace are easily removed. Start there. Then focus on making your employees feel heard and appreciated.

  1. Be ready and vocal about changes.

Be ready to communicate changes and ensure that these changes are highly focused on the positive effect of employees’ morale.

Conclusion

Investing in your employees happiness yields a positive, thriving culture. The happier they are, the more profitable and productive your business will be. YourOffice features a network of world-class business addresses. Each location offers beautifully appointed day offices and team office space that are fully wired and ready for you to move in and start working.

Are there any other ways to keep your employees happy?  We’d love to see your comments below and you can also see us on Twitter and Facebook.

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4 Tips For Starting a Family Business A recent article, Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Family Business by Valerie Rind says that starting a family business is magnificent; nevertheless turning your family business into a great empire isn’t that easy. Here are tips to help you thrive both in your….
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4 Tips For Starting a Family Business

A recent article, Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Family Business by Valerie Rind says that starting a family business is magnificent; nevertheless turning your family business into a great empire isn’t that easy.

Here are tips to help you thrive both in your business and personal relationships.

1. Create a separate legal entity

Create a legal entity that’s separate from you and other family members involved in the business. Prior to launching your family business in office space Lake Mary, consult an accountant and a lawyer to find out the perfect structure for your business.  This will protect you from losing your personal assets.

2. Separate personal assets

Once you’ve decided on your family business structure, whether LLC, corporation or other business entity, you need to set up business banking accounts that are separate from employees’ personal accounts.

Owners who mix up their business and personal assets usually wind up on the Internal Revenue Service’s radar. And it’s no joke to be the subject of a tax audit by the IRS.

3. Set clear roles and responsibilities

Each individual should have specific roles to ensure that everyone is dedicated to their responsibilities. It’s important to make sure that all facets of your business are covered, so the task isn’t overlapping and important details are not neglected.

4. Create an exit plan

In the future, a family member might decide to withdraw from the business and therefore a written exit plan helps prevent disputes and reduce problems.  You can conduct a sit-down meeting in meeting space Lake Mary and hire an attorney to help you formulate this plan and discuss with the family members involved in the business.  

Conclusion

It’s exciting to start a new venture with the family and considering these tips will give you a better position to run a successful business, while protecting your precious personal relationships. If you’re ready to join the business world, YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team office space and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology. 

Any other tips to run a family business successfully?  We’d love to see your suggestions below. Please visit us also on Twitter and Google Plus.

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A recent article, For 2016, 5 Small Businesses Women Can Start Fast by Benjamin Pimentel believes that starting a business is not that easy.  On the contrary, the skills you already have and a clear path in mind, starting a business becomes much more feasible. To find inspiration, ask yourself few….
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A recent article, For 2016, 5 Small Businesses Women Can Start Fast by Benjamin Pimentel believes that starting a business is not that easy.  On the contrary, the skills you already have and a clear path in mind, starting a business becomes much more feasible.

To find inspiration, ask yourself few things:

  • What are the things you know?
  • What are you good at?
  • What have you been doing?
  • What brings you joy?
  • What are the needs in your community?

Then find where you fit best, here’s a list of businesses to help guide towards the right path:

Business/professional consulting service
If you’re a lawyer, an accountant or an executive in a field such as marketing and have built a successful career in the corporate world— you have skills that could help you kick off your own business.

Team building/workforce consultancy
If you have experience in human resources management, you could capitalize HR-related skills and networks to set up a business in a Shared Office Space —offering team building and workforce consulting services.

Home health care services
If you have medical skills, training and experience in the health industry, you can explore small business opportunities in personal home health care services.  These might include being a caretaker for an aging or injured person or helping sick, handicapped or special needs children.

Buy a food truck
You may be a good cook and really love cooking; you can start with a food truck that can be fully customized and it’s easy to get financing because the truck itself can be used as collateral on the loan.

Conclusion
When you base your business on your own skills,expertise and experience with a clear vision, you can more quickly become a part of the community of small business owners.  If you’re decided to launch your own small business, YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: virtual office space, meeting room access, and coworking office space. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

We hope this article has been informative one and we’d love to see your comments.  You can also see us on Facebook and Twitter.

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A recent article, How technology is changing the way businesses operate by Waqar Hassan says that without a doubt, technology is an integral part of today’s humanity. The world is becoming more and more interconnected by the day. It affects our lives, our home and our business. It can benefit….
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A recent article, How technology is changing the way businesses operate by Waqar Hassan says that without a doubt, technology is an integral part of today’s humanity. The world is becoming more and more interconnected by the day. It affects our lives, our home and our business.

It can benefit companies big and small in many ways and has undoubtedly had a great impact on all companies and the way they operate.

Here’s how technology influences business operation:

Speed and accuracy
Computer systems allow businesses to do things more quickly. Computers also tend to be much more accurate than the ordinary human worker. Actually, according to the BBC, many employments are going to be at risk over the next few decades because of technology. There’s already a robot-only factory in China. This goes to prove that technology can get jobs done much more quickly and efficiently.

Outsourcing
Many companies outsource to remote workers in a Shared Office Space, some of the basic tasks such as data entry and customers service over the phone. This makes it easier for businesses as they can get their employees to focus on the more pressing matters at hand, rather than the more simple tasks which still have to be done.

Communications
Technology facilitates you to communicate with anyone, anywhere and anytime. If someone is absent from the workplace, you can easily communicate with them, ensuring there’s little disruption. Communication is more instantaneous and affordable, especially with tools like the internet and social media.

Virtual location
Instead of relying on physical office like an Agile Office Space, technology is allowing many companies to establish virtual office space instead. This is a cheaper alternative and it doesn’t force employees to work in the same place daily.

Conclusion
Technology is constantly evolving and changing.  If you want your business to thrive and be competitive, learn to adapt to new technologies and be ready to adopt them. YourOffice is looking forward to assist you with your growing business needs to stay afloat in the digital business world. YourOffice features a network of world-class business addresses. Each location offers beautifully appointed day offices and team office space that are fully wired and ready for you to move in and start working.

How technology affects your business?  We’d love to know your comments below.  Feel free to visit us on Twitter and Google Plus, too.

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A recent article, Take 4 Steps Back to Move Your Small Business Forward by Adam Root says that one of the best ways to help your small business succeed is to go back to the basics. By establishing a strong foundation, you can make internal problem-solving a cornerstone of your business….
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A recent article, Take 4 Steps Back to Move Your Small Business Forward by Adam Root says that one of the best ways to help your small business succeed is to go back to the basics. By establishing a strong foundation, you can make internal problem-solving a cornerstone of your business model.

Below are four basic tips to help your business thrive.

  1. Understand the problem of your clients.

Write down the problem you are trying to solve.

Successful entrepreneurs want to make the world a better place and they aren’t in it just for the money. That kind of motivation leads to advancement.

  1. Make something people actually want.

Regardless of how well you think you know your clients, it’s significant to understand whether they want what you’re selling.

To know the answer, make a one-page website that explains, in straightforward terms, what problem you’re solving, and for whom. Include a call to action asking customers to give their email addresses to receive “early access.”

  1. Meet your target demographic without pitching to them.

Look for meeting rooms for rent and arrange meetings with some of your potential and existing customers to solve problems.

Your focus should be on keeping a sharp ear out for concerns or problems and asking, “Why”.

  1. Know customers’ complaints and be ready to resolve them.

Look for recurring patterns in your customers’ behaviors to find out what you’re doing wrong and be ready to resolve them.

Keep talking to more clients to determine what modifications and enhancements you’ll need for your product.

Conclusion

Running a business is a tough job, but the reward can be well worth the toil if you’re willing to invest from the inside out. YourOffice can help you ease the burden of maintaining an office and help you focus on maximizing your productivity. YourOffice is a leader in providing the most prestigious executive office space and shared office space for any size business. Convenient, hassle free, and move in ready- our offices, meeting rooms, and conference rooms are designed to meet your business’ every need.

How do you manage your small business? We’d be glad to see your comments below.  You can also see us on Twitter and Google Plus.

Office Space

A recent article, 19 Secrets to Hiring the Right Virtual Assistant by Shubhomita Bose  says that every business has mundane tasks that can be delegated so you can concentrate on the core functions of your business. Then, who can handle these tasks?  Well, get a virtual assistant! A virtual assistant….
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A recent article, 19 Secrets to Hiring the Right Virtual Assistant by Shubhomita Bose  says that every business has mundane tasks that can be delegated so you can concentrate on the core functions of your business. Then, who can handle these tasks?  Well, get a virtual assistant!

A virtual assistant can handle items that cause pressures and get them done behind the scenes so you can keep working on the more significant business matters.

Below are some tips to hiring the right virtual assistant.

Compatible with your personality
Find someone whose personality is compatible with yours. You must have full understanding of the qualities you are looking for in a person who you won’t meet face to face each day.

Clear communication   
To have complete transparency in communication at all times, look for a virtual office plan which includes a professional receptionist to answer calls “live” in your business’ name, voicemail and call transfer.

Industry experience
Have substantial knowledge about the kind of products/services you offer to help identify what the consumers really need.

Excel on trial project     
Try a trial project to test waters, if the small project goes well, you can trust the assistant with bigger projects.

Share suggestions
Have confidence in their talents and experiences to share suggestions that can help their work and benefit your company.

Possesses time management skills
Know how to prioritize different projects and multi-task without missing the deadline.

Keeps you updated
Give updates to keep you informed about progress and help prevent miscommunication.

Have an eye for detail
Understand the significance of a detailed report to track the project’s status, progress and areas of improvement.

Accept mistakes
Take responsibility for mistakes made at work so they can do better in the future. They value their work and their contributions to your success.

Conclusion
Considering these tips will help you choose the right kind of virtual assistant for your business. As your business thrives, YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team office space and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

Are you looking for the right VA or you do already have one?  Feel free to share your comments below. You can also visit us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Focus on do’s, instead of dont’s You can set clear expectations for your team in a way that is encouraging, as opposed to burdensome. Even if people agree with a “don’t” statement, over time, the use of negative statements as a training technique, will take a toll on your employees…..
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Focus on do’s, instead of dont’s
You can set clear expectations for your team in a way that is encouraging, as opposed to burdensome. Even if people agree with a “don’t” statement, over time, the use of negative statements as a training technique, will take a toll on your employees. It will be much harder to inspire your team toward what they can achieve, if you are a leader that is known for always saying “don’t do this” or “don’t do that.” Of course, there are times when a don’t statement is necessary, but try to use it sparingly. You will be much more likely to raise up resourceful leaders by focusing on what you want from your team, rather than what you don’t want.

Monthly check-ins
The interview should not be the last time your employee has a one-on-one meeting at your business. Employees who feel valued at their job, are much more likely to stay motivated and dedicated at work. Also, the more your team is able to grow and develop skills, the better your business will run. Therefore, you need to check in with your employees on a consistent basis. If your company is too large, or spread out over multiple locations, delegate check-ins to a trusted leader. Elect or hire a department chair or team lead that can oversee each division of  your company and serve as an advocate for your employees. It is important to choose division leaders that are knowledgeable about the division they are serving. Check-ins should be in a private meeting room and allow time for the employee to ask questions or express concerns. If the employee needs more training or is experiencing trouble in the workplace, the division lead can inform you, so that you can action.

 Implement team building strategies
This can be can be as small as putting together a Secret Santa gift exchange during the winter holiday, or as big as organizing a company retreat. Choose the strategies that work best for your team dynamic. It’s important to create a positive work environment for your employees and team building is a great way to establish a culture of teamwork and community within your company. Many businesses that boast a healthy turnover rate, are businesses that have put in the effort to create a comfortable work space for their employees.

You know your business best
An important part of being a great leader and a great boss is knowing how to set your team up for success. If your business environment or location needs a change, consider partnering with YourOffice. YourOffice has come alongside hundreds of business looking for everything from plug and play offices to full service virtual offices. Your business is unique, and your office space shouldn’t be any different. Contact YourOffice and let them match the perfect space or service to fit your business needs.