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Developing a sustainable R&R (Reward and Recognition) program.

  
  
  
RESULTS.com Reward & Recognition

Guest blog post by Nicky Powers: @nicki_powers_ 
Digital Marketing Manager at Zeis Group

Some of the largest and most successful organizations are still operating Reward and Recognition (R&R) programs in isolation from where work actually takes place. These types of programs are born from necessary, but purely rational conversations about rule structures and liability…and they completely miss the point.


Value Discipline - If business is a game, what game you are playing?

  
  
  
Value Discipline

This article is part of our series to help you create a robust one page plan for your company:

The 5 creative imperatives that breed workplace innovation.

  
  
  
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Every business has some kind of competition. Technology and globalization has heightened this. Without a doubt, someone somewhere is grinding away to make a product just like yours, only less expensive, better looking, and faster. So what can you do to keep one step ahead?

Brand Promise - What’s in it for your customers?

  
  
  
brand promise

This article is part of our series to help you create a robust one page plan for your company:

Radical Transparency. Good for engagement. Good for your brand.

  
  
  
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Transparency is something most people value, whether it’s in business, politics or with personal relationships. Unfortunately, in many cases, the word transparency is used as little more than a buzzword. 

What key benefits does your brand offer?

  
  
  
Key benefits of your brand

This article is part of our series to help you create a robust one page plan for your company:

5 common mistakes to avoid when setting sales KPIs

  
  
  
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Sales KPIs can make, or break, your sales results.
Guest blog post by: 
Paul O'Donohue CEO – SalesStar.comPaulo@salesstar.com

 


How to strategically position your brand

  
  
  
Strategic Positioning

This article is part of our series to help you create a robust one page plan for your company:

5 steps to improve brand perception with better customer service

  
  
  
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Just as rave reviews about a company can travel quickly across social media, so can stories of rude service or a company being unresponsive to their customers. Social media and mobile devices have given customers a voice like they've never had before.

Serving your customers for the future

  
  
  
business execution serving your customer for the future

In a previous article “How to identify your ideal target customer”, we learned how to clearly describe your “center of the bull's-eye” customer. We identified who your ideal target customer is and what your customer really needs and wants, and succinctly captured that information in your One Page plan

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