Use Your Words

The ability to clearly articulate and use the right words is important in our service to others, individual success, and organizational goals.

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Restoring Success Meets The Intentional Restorer: Nothing is Scarier than Scope Creep

I have three simple golden rules with a fourth to beware of that apply to the profitable execution of a scope of work.   Get paid for what you do Do […]

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Restoring Success: The New Age of Restoration Training

One of the greatest challenges in our industry has been finding “good” people. Once you do find a good one, they still likely need training and on-boarding, the next challenge. The year 2020 […]

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Restoring Success: Transparency in Our Restoration Companies

Last month’s Restoring Success, Morale and Engagement Built on a Foundation of Trust, we explored the importance of trust and the leadership role in fostering a culture of positive morale and […]

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Morale and Engagement: Built on a Foundation of Trust

It is difficult to challenge the notion that good employee morale and strong engagement is important in our industry. In fact, being “happy” may be critical to our customer service. […]

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Restoring Success: Red Flags

You may be thinking of something bad or good. Maybe you are thinking about a situation that you saw “Red Flags” and the result was something bad? A red flag […]

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Restoring Success: A Fresh Look at Online Training

Online training, e-learning, virtual classrooms, and other terms are becoming a new norm. In the landscape of education, there are limitless resources that are accessible to us and applicable to […]

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