Management: Is Your Remodeling Business at Risk of Becoming Mediocre?

Remodeling business coach Shawn McCadden offers tips on how to make your business shine and excel

May 27, 2015
Management: Is Your Remodeling Business at Risk of Becoming Mediocre?

Pushing your remodeling business past the $1 million threshold requires some advanced business skills. Remodeling business coach Shawn McCadden offers some tips on how to push your company beyond mediocrity.

The Merriam-Webster describes mediocrity as “the quality of something that is not very good,” and “a person who does not have the special ability to do something well.”

McCadden provides a checklist of indicators to know if your business is becoming mediocre. Indicators include a lack of written policies and procedures, policies that do not include predetermined consequences for violating them, creation of artificial harmony by ignoring tension between team members, or having long-term customers stop doing business with you.

Learn more on how to identify characteristics of mediocrity in your company, as well as tips and solutions, on Shawn McCadden’s The Design/Builder’s Blog.

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