I was away for 10 days in Lima, Peru and although I didn't do any business there, I'd certainly consider it for my next trip. The people there are industrious with the Peruvian made souvenirs. From trinkets to silver 950 the quality is excellent which shows a lot of pride by the people making the goods, many of them hand made.
Even cheap or inexpensive items are of nice quality. Very impressive.
You've taught your employees well and trained them to do the job you hired them for. Be it sales, reception, manufacturing, shipping or finance. Now you have to let them do their jobs.
If you leave your employees to do their jobs, you will surely be rewarded for the most part by the way they will handle your business. You should be able to delegate work to them and that will free you to take care of ‘bigger’ things. You will even be able to spend some time running your business, preparing for the near and far future, setting up new suppliers and clients.
There's no telling what this could lead to.
Yes there will be some people that don't do well without an immediate boss but you could probably a 2nd in command for them to lean on.
Let them all know what's expected. Let them know what you are doing to make your company excell. Let your employees know your goals and how you expect to get there. If you let them be a part of your company, they will think of it and treat it as their company.
REMEMBER YOUR GOAL:
FOCUS ON YOUR: - Business
Is it all about Recognition, Promotional Products, Awards Program and Incentives? NO!! It's about business. It's about you. It's about them.
You've heard it said ‘Business is Business’ but I believe more and more that ‘Business is Family’. Sure there are times when bad things happen but you get over it, solve the problems and get back to business. Get the ‘family’ working again.
My name is Rod Winning I own and operate Winning FairWays Inc. Promotional Products for Success I can be contacted at email@example.com http://www.winningfairways.com