We frequently come up with blog post ideas for various (and numerous) businesses, sectors and industries to help get their juices flowing; allowing them to use our blog post titles as their blog post titles, or to use the blog post topic ideas as inspiration for their own blog post topics and ideas.
If you know a business consultant that would like some blog post topic ideas then feel free to share this blog post and blog topic ideas with them;
1.Top Tips For Successful Credit Management
Share fast facts and top tips on how a business can successful manage credit management, when invoices should be sent, what they need to include, terms and conditions, if you should send reminders and when reminders should be sent along with what happens when a client doesn’t pay.
2.Psychology Tools To Support Change In Your Business
Your business offers psychology tools that will support change in a business, so instead of giving these away for free give examples of psychology tools out there and explain the psychology tools you use and why; basically promoting your service in a friendly and informative style.
3.Different Types Of Leaders In A Business
Discuss the different types of leaders that are common in the workplace and explain how these different leaders coach in different ways; giving tips to each style of leader on how they can be a better coach for their teams and colleagues.
4.Events To Inspire Your Team
Explain that change within a business can often be unsettling for employees so give examples of different inspirational events that the business can run or you can help create that will make employees feel more settled but also inspired to help the business achieve more.
5.Identifying & Solving Problems
Talk about the fact that many businesses trundle along as they are, aware there are problems but without taking the time to fix them. Discuss the benefits of asking employees about the problems in your business and solutions to these problems so they can be fixed.
6.How To Approach Problem Solving In Your Team
This would be a follow-on to the last blog post (internally linked as this is beneficial for SEO), you would talk about the different ways you can work with employees to find out the issues being experienced and how it can be fixed by that team. Remember, as a business owner you are seeing the issue but not working with it so the employees involved need to find the right solution.
Explain that whether performance is good or bad it needs to be managed accordingly; explain that every employee is different and will be motivated in different ways and the importance of managing expectations, rewards and recognition when managing the performance of employees within your business.
8.How Can I Engage My Employees?
List different ways that employees can be engaged with a business and how you can encourage those that are not engaged to be more engaged; maybe consider stats about the benefits of engaged employees within your business resulting in lower staff turnover and a higher level of staff retention.
9.What Are The Barriers To Organisational Change?
Talk about change management and the barriers that employees will have to organisational change as well as tips for overcoming these barriers and how a business can get all their employees on board with organisational changes.
10.How To Avoid Organisational Change Pitfalls
There is a brilliant infographic that lists the 20 pitfalls of organisational change so take ideas from here to talk about some pitfalls companies experience during organisational change and how these can be avoided. Include employee barriers and then link this back to the earlier blog post (remember: internal links are great for SEO).
Bonus Blog: Who Created The Processes In Your Business
Talk about the processes in a business and when they were introduced and by whom; for example Jean may have bought in the sales process in 1994 and it is still followed now, but Jean has long left the building and the process could actually be improved. Similarly to the problem blog, talk to those dealing with the process and see what improvements could be made.