Even if you’re not planning on leaving your brokering business just yet, it pays to have a detailed plan in place for when the time comes. We’ve come up with five ways to make sure your succession plan is the best it can be.
Rakhee Ghelani is a freelance writer who also has nearly 20 years’ international experience developing and implementing strategic initiatives for some of Australia’s largest brands in banking, manufacturing and professional services. She has travelled to over 50 countries and has been published internationally.
Confusion between clients in a relationship about the outcome of a meeting could make it harder for you to achieve a conversion. Here’s how to make the message clear for them.
When you’re a business owner it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the sheer volume of things you need to be on top of. To make sure you can give due attention to everything, it pays to be smart about how you manage your time. We’ve picked five tools that you may find useful to help keep you on track and on time so that you can focus on creating more opportunities for growth
Time on the road is imperative for your business, but it can quickly go from profitable to unproductive if your train is delayed or you’re stuck in an airport on a long layover. While it’s frustrating, there’s no need to despair – we show you some ways to stay on task while travelling.
The PLAN Australia network of Business Development Managers (BDMs) is one of the largest in Australia. Its remit is to provide the type of support you need as a broker to grow and evolve, but this motivation has to come from working together. Below we outline three ways to cultivate motivation and harness it for the greater benefit of your business.
Having a strong and clear client value proposition (CVP) is essential when it comes to attracting the right kind of client. We show you the fundamentals when it comes to writing that winning CVP.