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Owning a company is a large responsibility. To be successful, there is a need for organization, structure, and efficiency. Not only do you need to keep track of individual client’s and the work that is being done for them, but you also need to know where your equipment is, how long it is going to be there, which trucks have scheduled maintenance, which employees need recertifications….the list goes on and on. Imagine managing your company
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restoration business development, restoration business management, continuing education
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 a variety of disciplines from technical to soft skills. Although there is a new light, none of this is new. As we operate and adjust to a world stricken by the challenges and changes brought on by the pandemic, in last month’s restoring success, A
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restoration management
Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. A quick internet search yielded millions of results on: Proper Handshake. Years of practicing and talking about how to give a proper handshake down the drain? I recall giggling with others when someone is a bad hand shaker…too limp…squeezed to hard…well for now, it’s one less thing for everyone to worry about. The history of the handshake is very interesting. Many of us have likely been doing this for years when meeting new associates,
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restoration management software, restoration management
In the early 2000s, when I was just beginning my career as a restorer, I recall the buzz about the “cloud”. I am by no stretch a “computer geek” but it sounded like something exciting. Wanting to constantly employ the latest technology in all aspects of the business, I ran around the office declaring that we needed a cloud (totally clueless of what that meant). I came in one morning to a picture of a
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water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, disaster restoration
In the restoration industry, being on-call in some capacity is part of the job. In recent years, many seem to view the commitment to being on-call as a drawback rather than part of responsibility and reward that a career in restoration offers. A positive outlook is where it all begins. The following perspectives, from experienced restorers who serve in an on-call leadership capacity, are valuable. The perspective of the on-call leadership not only allows us to focus
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restoration management software, restoration management tools
Owning a company is a large responsibility. To be successful, there is a need for organization, structure, and efficiency. Not only do you need to keep track of individual client’s and the work that is being done for them, but you also need to know where your equipment is, how long it is going to be there, which trucks have scheduled maintenance, which employees need recertifications….the list goes on and on. Imagine managing your company
restoration management, restoration management software   ,
restoration business development, restoration business management, continuing education
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 a variety of disciplines from technical to soft skills. Although there is a new light, none of this is new. As we operate and adjust to a world stricken by the challenges and changes brought on by the pandemic, in last month’s restoring success, A
restoration management, restoration management software, Restoring Success   , ,
restoration management
Lisa Lavender, M.T.R., M.F.S.R., M.W.R. A quick internet search yielded millions of results on: Proper Handshake. Years of practicing and talking about how to give a proper handshake down the drain? I recall giggling with others when someone is a bad hand shaker…too limp…squeezed to hard…well for now, it’s one less thing for everyone to worry about. The history of the handshake is very interesting. Many of us have likely been doing this for years when meeting new associates,
restoration management, Restoring Success  
restoration management software, restoration management
In the early 2000s, when I was just beginning my career as a restorer, I recall the buzz about the “cloud”. I am by no stretch a “computer geek” but it sounded like something exciting. Wanting to constantly employ the latest technology in all aspects of the business, I ran around the office declaring that we needed a cloud (totally clueless of what that meant). I came in one morning to a picture of a
restoration management, restoration management software   ,
water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, disaster restoration
In the restoration industry, being on-call in some capacity is part of the job. In recent years, many seem to view the commitment to being on-call as a drawback rather than part of responsibility and reward that a career in restoration offers. A positive outlook is where it all begins. The following perspectives, from experienced restorers who serve in an on-call leadership capacity, are valuable. The perspective of the on-call leadership not only allows us to focus
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