Have you ever had one of those moments when something happens and you say "Yeah, I saw that but didn't think it was important" or “I wondered if that was going to happen" or "I didn't want to say anything just in case I was wrong". Each of these statements tells us we felt that something wasn't right, but we didn't “trust our inner Voice” and question it. We allowed something to happen that could have been avoided if we just ...
One key ingredient for increasing customer loyalty is building your customers’ confidence in your business. When a customer gives you an opportunity, they want to know they are in good hands. If you can gain and maintain a customer’s confidence, they will not only use your products and services, they will be more inclined to recommend your business to others.
Here are tips from some of our team members on how we build and retain our clients’ confidence.
Greg Jezard, President - We ...
Tim Slattery, our CEO is having an open discussion on our company culture
and values at the CFS town hall meeting.
When you walk around your business and get a sense of the atmosphere of the workplace and the attitudes of your staff, does it make you feel good? Do you feel like everyone (well almost everyone) is on board with what you want the company to be? Is your vision of the company reflected in the behavior and performance of your team? I hope so, but ...