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[Video] All Together Now: Getting Your Team to Buy In

Growing your remodeling company often means you have to change your processes and systems to keep operating efficiently. And as hard as that can be, sometimes it’s the easy part. The challenge comes with getting your team on board with you. It’s common for some employees to ignore the new systems and keep doing what

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Getting Insight Into the Client Experience

I’ve been talking for a long time about the importance of a great client experience. I got some insight recently that reinforces what I’ve been trying to get across to Production teams all over the country. I was with a contractor who’s having his own house built. He is subbing it out, not trying to

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[Podcast] Episode 15: Creating a Culture of Empowerment with Geoff Graham

Building a strong team can be a challenge to any business owner and creating a culture where employees feel trusted and empowered can be even more difficult. In Episode 15, Victoria and Mark speak with Geoff Graham, Founder and CEO of GuildQuality, an award-winning firm based in Atlanta, GA. More than 2,500 home builders, remodelers

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PowerTips Book Recommendations: March 2018

As a monthly feature here on PowerTips, we are now requesting book recommendations from our members and making them available for download/purchase. February was a big hit as we started with our great R/A Staff and amazing facilitators. Some great recommendations! This month we wanted to get some great books about Marketing, so who better

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[Podcast] Episode 7: Is an ESOP Right For Your Remodeling Business?

When it comes to succession planning and determining an exit strategy from your remodeling business there are plenty of options to consider. Many of our Roundtables members have either sold or handed their businesses off to the next generation, for example… but all of them will tell you that making that determination early in your

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Tim Faller’s 4 Ways to Improve Your Production Meetings

Is this the scenario for your production meetings? People file into the room in about the same order each week. They sit in the same chairs or lean against the wall in the same place. They sit quietly while you “discuss” information that you think they will appreciate. Then you discuss each job and what

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6 Ways to Motivate Your ENTIRE Team

I was reading an article in INC Magazine about motivating sales teams and I noticed that many of the concepts suggested to push a sales team to succeed, would also work nicely for everyone in the company. So, this article talked about different ways to motive a sales team, beyond of course a commission check,

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Paul Winans: Take Stock to Make More Money

As we head into a new year, this is always a hectic time for remodeling businesses everywhere. Deadline-driven projects for anxious clients need to be completed. Your subcontractors and vendors are very busy. Many of your employees probably are getting back to work after a long holiday break. Before we get too far into the

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