Daily Herald Money Matters: The Executive’s Guide to Navigating the End-of-the-Year Rush

Nov 22, 2022

Getting through the end of the year is a delicate balancing act. When it comes to navigating the end-of-the-year rush, the successful executive is a disciplined decision maker. You can succeed by focusing on your strengths, prioritizing your client list, and rewarding your employees’ hard work.

Focus on your true strengths

In running a business, the better you can optimize your strengths and know what your strengths are, the more patterns you can double down on. If you know where you are performing really well, recognize those talents and optimize them.

Prioritize your client list

Businesses and clients in this phase are looking for ways to become more effective at what they do. The end of the year is the perfect time to reevaluate your client portfolio and decide which clients need and are ready for more support.

Compensate your employees’ effort

The worst compensation plan is a plan that doesn’t reward effort and only rewards successes. If you want to maintain productivity, you have to reward it.

Stay ahead of the end-of-the-year rush by focusing on your strengths, prioritizing your client list, and rewarding your employees for sticking with you.

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