Use these guidelines to change your approach to work
A smart, technology-based onboarding process encourages entrepreneurialism while reinforcing company values
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Melding Neil Kelly’s mentorship and experience with her own skill and tenacity, Martha Kerr built an exceptional remodeling career—from her humble beginnings as a temporary assistant for Kelly’s namesake company, to her NKBA presidency and numerous “firsts”, and finally to her retirement in June as the company’s executive vice president.
After a nearly 50-year career, Martha Kerr’s impact on the remodeling industry, and the women within it, isn’t going anywhere.
Take care of your body now, and it will take care of you later
There’s a difference when remodelers are committed to constant improvements
Adopting a few simple business habits can make a huge difference
Reward and motivate your team with extra time off for reaching goals
One remodeling company is turning to its employees to help find opportunities in industry disruptions
A step-by-step breakdown for sales managers from a leading remodeler
The remodeling market is strong, but are you ready to take advantage of it? Take this simple fitness test to see if you’re properly positioned for growth.
Rather than searching for a one-size-fits-all pay plan, use big-picture tactics to keep teams motivated
Let go of hiring the perfect candidate. Instead, hire potential and train to perfection.
A program designed to streamline workflows for businesses big and small
There is no faster, more effective way to develop empathy with your clients’ experience than to become a remodeling client yourself
There’s an aspect of workplace culture that I don’t hear discussed.
Use these tips to test whether an applicant has the skills and dedication for the job
Tradeoffs are a fact of life for remodeling Clients. To make good decisions, they need information...all of it.
A few easy-to-learn prompts combined with strong listening skills can help increase your close rate and avoid unhappy clients