May 2011 Issue
Take your business to the Summit
McQuaig & Welk Insights Newsletter

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McQuaig & Welk Announces "CEO Insights" Seminar Series    


We are proud to announce a new seminar series titled "CEO Insights".  Our first seminar is June 22nd and will feature Sheldon Harris.

Shelton is one of today's most dynamic speakers on leadership in the workplace. From his days at Costco, where he became one of the youngest warehouse managers in that company's history, to leading Cold Stone Creamery from its beginnings to worldwide expansion in 2006, Sheldon has developed a people-oriented approach to leadership. Oftentimes going against conventional wisdom, Sheldon has developed a keen appreciation for understanding people, and knowing what will make them successful. 

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How to Keep Cash Rolling In     

Cash flow, as they say, is the lifeblood of any firm. It does not matter whether you are making thousands of cars a year or selling lemonade to neighbors, if you are stuck waiting for payment from clients, then you cannot pay your suppliers for the next batch of products to sell.  Here are 10 Tips...

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Get Your Staff Out of The Office


Your bookkeeper calls in one morning to say her son is sick and can not go to school. She will have to stay home and look after him.  In some firms, that would mean writing off the productivity of that employee for the day with possible knock-on effects for meetings, projects or appointments. What if the employee could still contribute at least half a day to get...


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Emails When You Are Away


Are you connected to your email all day with clients, co-workers and business partners expecting an immediate response until home time?  Email etiquette is partly set by expectations. If you are in a role with high levels of communication, people will grow to expect a quick turnaround to their questions. This can be frustrating and annoying, but if they are clients it can also be a great opportunity to show off the company's customer... 


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