Ransomware Awareness

Ransomware Awareness and Preparedness Ransomware attacks are a real concern that can deal a heavy blow to your organization. As social workers, being aware of the risk as well as being prepared to respond to a potential future attack will give you peace about the confidentiality of your supervisee (and clients’) info. Not to mention helps you […]

Boundaries with Staff

A lot of us operate our services with a small staff and we want the culture to feel like a home, right?  “We are like family!” Spoiler Alert:  There’s nothing wrong with that! Slow down alert:  There are still limits. Think about the hitches for a moment.  If you are feeling like a family, would you […]

Building Business Systems: Banking and Bookkeeping

Your Bank Where you bank affects your ability to accept certain payment methods and issue payments to other companies. Your physical location also affects your choice of bank. Having a branch office nearby can be convenient for non-mobile deposits and meetings related to lines of credit. Don’t overthink where you bank, and ask yourself the following […]

Building Business Systems: Payment Methods

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Payment Methods There are many ways to build business systems. Over the next several articles, we’ll present different elements that makeup one business-system framework from which you can benefit, customize for your use case, and extend as you grow. When we say business systems, we’re referring to the methods, procedures, tools (software, websites, apps, devices), format, […]

Build Discipline with You and your Supervisee

… With Time Tracking! Tracking where you spend time throughout the day can be boring, tedious, and seemingly a waste of time; however, there are real benefits to adopting a habit of time tracking and there are some very convenient technology tools that make the process easier. I track my time at work. I don’t love doing […]