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STRIVETM recognise that good
businesses can only excel if those they deal
with are also working with skill," said Kevin
Croft of Croft IP.
"By sharing insights that help other local
businesses do better, those in the program
foster a better local environment for business
and everyone benefits.
"The members of the STRIVETM group are
very willing to share their experiences and
are equally willing to learn.
Often owners and managers are
'under the pump' - stressed and
short for time. In many cases they
encounter a new problem and react
with a decision that seemed to
work before. However, with this
approach they can get stuck in a circle of
repeatedly solving the same problem.
There are also instances where they
encounter a new problem and have no
experience, history or precedence to help
The Albury Northside Chamber is
developing a new program to help its
members deal with these scenarios.
The STRIVETM initiative is a forum that
brings together people who are
seeking and applying new practices
to improve business performance. It's a
place to learn from each other and from
So far, the group has met three times and
identified a number of common issues
that affect business performance including
information technology, time management
and customer engagement.
The group is open to all Chamber members
who know that cost cutting and price
increases aren't the only ways a business will
do better. It's for those who want to learn
from others and those willing to share their
insights and experience.
As many business people will know it can
be lonely at the top, particularly when it
comes to making tough decisions.
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