Top New Year’s Resolutions Goals For Your Business
New Year’s resolutions don’t just have to be personal goals. The close of the year is the perfect time to start setting goals and creating strategies for your business that will help you grow, assist in developing your staff and create more opportunities for future success! Here are some of our top picks for your favorite business resolutions next year: 1. GET ORGANIZED Whether it’s your personal office or desk space, or it’s a complete review of your office’s space, organization allows individuals and teams to perform tasks efficiently. According to a study by NAPO, 27 percent of professionals said they feel disorganized at work and of those, 91 percent said they would be more effective if their workspace was better organized. 2. GIVE BACK There are many ways to give back to your community, whether it includes you and your office assisting at local events or buying products that donate portions of their revenue to charitable causes. Choose a cause that matters to you and give back how and when you can. 3. Promote Your Business At Events and Trade Shows It’s not always easy to set aside entire days or weekends to promoting your business at events and trade shows. But in order to be seen by new customers, getting out in the public eye is a pertinent part of growth. Make sure you have eye-catching displays and giveaways that draw people into your space or booth and have an efficient way of collecting their contact information and other important data. 4. WEEKLY BUSINESS PLANNING Planning is a vital component to any successful business. Business planing helps you review strategies that worked in the previous year and the things that didn’t. It helps you set goals for your individual success, team success and overall business success. Business planning can be as easy as jotting ideas down in a journal or calendar on a weekly basis and crossing off what you accomplished at the end of each week! 5. DELEGATE The truth is, you just can’t do it all! There are so many important factors that go into running a business and it’s hard to be able to manage all of those pieces successfully without delegating tasks to other people. Maybe it’s social media marketing or travel arrangements, or maybe it’s implementing that long-awaited employee engagement and awards program, knowing when it’s time to ask help from others is when you will see your business at its best!