Most of us move quickly in business as we often make decisions quickly than most, we are spontaneous, and we have technology at our fingertips to assist us even further and making things happen. But there are times in life and in business when we do need to take a step back and think it through more carefully than usual, especially during these rare times of global crisis, particularly with this COVID-19 outbreak.
At WorkLink VAs, our goal is to provide continuous-resolution and motivation to our valued clients that we serve and to our employees we support. We always thrive on getting better at what we do and on always putting our people first with integrity and respect regardless of the challenges that might get in the way.
Here are four guidelines you can do to support your business during difficult times:
1. Be flexible
When it comes to property management, we do understand the importance of having someone to inspect or view the properties physically. Being flexible allowed us to better understand the process even better by sourcing out some new ways to manage our clients' business with the use of proper communication and technology. Part of this significant break is by having a reliable virtual assistant who is ready to assist all administrative tasks and other clerical duties, which helps me to take a step forward and focus on other essential activities.
2. Notify Your Clients
Regardless of how certain situations may impact your progression, part of being successful is to deliver integrity to your clients. This includes sending notifications and updates, giving them motivational messages, and making sure to communicate with them and offering them assistance or alternative support for their needs.
3. Use Your Platforms to Provide Support And Resources
Speak with your people and clients by utilizing your social media platforms. It’s a great way to communicate your support and provide much-needed resources. Always remember that people will pay attention to how you act in times of crisis.
4. Be Mindful of Clients Who Are Affected by The Crisis
Quickly determine if you have people or clients who are personally affected by a crisis and immediately reach out to them. Helping those who have supported your business will keep their loyalty to you.
As we are all aware, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has impacted many businesses in different levels of effect, which made us spend this extra time to work extensively and reach out to those who may require support building their work back to normal. If you would like to find out more about how we can help you restructure your team for less, feel free to contact us or register, and we’ll be happy to help you strategize your full-time virtual team with ease!