At TSG, we emphasize business continuity because it means better service for our customers. But continuity has a dark side.
From time to time, we like to bring you success stories from our office. Previously, we mentioned Cole who discovered his true passion after a year of coaching and development at TSG. Today, we’ll meet Alex who manages all of our social media.
Sometimes when we’re making sales, we think that we have to go to the end of the earth to find prospects. But why do we feel that need when there are people all around us every single day?
People often think of the corporate world in terms of cut throat competition: where businesses are competing for any advantage they can get. In this environment, we dare not share too much with one another for fear a rival will steal ideas and beat us at our own game.
A countless number of people drag themselves to work every day. They feel miserable and can’t wait to go home. There has to be more to life than this.
Creating solutions for customers is all about doing your homework.
Toyota uses a philosophy known as “kaizen,” or continuous improvement, to guide its growth and development. This is an intriguing idea that has captivated our attention.