10 Things CEO’s Can Do for their Company before the End of the Year

I wrote the following article for the DaggerFoil Group recommending 10 Things CEO’s Can Do for their Company before the End of the Year

With a month remaining in the year, many CEO’s are in the process of finalizing end of year sales results, generating budget iterations and forecasts, and conducting board meetings.  Interestingly, if the sales projections have been submitted to the board, the year is theoretically over for the CEO!  Though the end of the year may be over for the CEO, the following is a list of 10 Things CEO’s Can Do for their Company before the end of the year to improve morale, lower stress, and focus employees:

Walk the Sales and Marketing Floor:  For those companies on a calendar year, this can be the most stressful time of the year for revenue generating employees.  Walking the sales and marketing floor regularly speaking inspirational stories would go a long way to reducing stress, increasing productivity, and increasing the odds of meeting the end of year forecasts.

Eliminate the gossip:  The end of year stress for employees is compounded by gossip.  Removing these distractions would not only decrease end of the year stress but focus employees on their annual goals.

This article was taken from the DaggerFoil Website.  To read more, please visit the leading sales and marketing consultants at DaggerFoil Group, or contact Cameron Ackbury at (415) 295-4870

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About Cameron Ackbury, CPA

Founding Director at DaggerFoil Group
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