Meet the Team: January Edition

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HAPPY 2018!

Signature Business Solutions would like to introduce Rebecca, a top Account Executive, within the firm. She one of the most energetic and positive people we have within the company! If you’re having a bad day, definitely find her!


Why do you love Signature Business Solutions?

“The opportunity to grow and learn not only personally but professionally is what I love about getting up every morning.”

What are three things nobody knows about you?

“I had open heart surgery when I was 6, I love anime, and my true long-term goal is to be a soccer mom that drives a Porche.” 

What are your long-term and short-term goals?

“My short-term goal is to get promoted to Sales Lead. My long-term goal is to be financially free.”

If you had a theme song, what would it be?

“Stronger by Kayne West.”


Keep your eyes on Rebecca, we know that she’ll be doing great things within the company! Let us know what you have in common with her.



Meet the Team: December Edition

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Every month, the team at Signature Business Solutions get together and nominate a team member who has been going above and beyond in the office. That is exactly what Julian has been doing since he has started with the company. He got promoted to Sales Lead pretty quickly, and we’re excited to see what else this guy can do!


So Julian, tell us about yourself…

“I’m originally from Mesa, Arizona but recently moved to the Salt Lake City area. I moved with my daughter to be closer to my mother. I have a passion for music.” (ask him to sing for you next time you run into him.)

What would your superpower be?


If you found $100, what would you spend it on?

“I would buy a suit off of Groupon.”

What are your long-term and short-term goals?

“My short-term goal is to drop my own album. My long-term goal has to be moving up within the company, and spending my summers poolside with him.” 


Keep your eyes on Julian, we know that he’ll be doing great things within the company! Let us know what you have in common with Julian.


Company Culture

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Road Trips 3Building and maintaining a strong, positive company culture is important for a number of reasons. Employee retention, performance, and happiness are all dependent on a positive and upbeat work environment. If the corporate culture is up to par, all else will follow suit.

Employee retention is dependent on a happy working atmosphere. If you do not provide a satisfactory environment for your team, they will seek employment elsewhere and turnover will be a constant issue.

Employee performance is also greatly influenced by the company culture. If the atmosphere is positive and upbeat, your team will be encouraged to perform at their best. In contrast, if the energy is negative, draining or confused, your team will absorb the energy and underperform. Encourage your team to live up to their potential by providing them with an exciting and encouraging culture to be a part of!

Lastly, the corporate culture will affect the overall mood of your team. This is huge. A culture that influences teamwork, healthy bonding, and positivity will be contagious! Likewise, a culture that takes part in gossip, negativity, and cliques will also put out a vibe that will affect your team. Which atmosphere would you want to be a part of?

Many companies today place a strong emphasis on creating a well-founded company culture which promotes teamwork and unity. No matter how great your workplace may be, corporate culture always has room for improvement.

Here are some things to keep in mind when looking to improve your company culture.


  1. Emphasize the importance of employee relationships. One of the most important components of building a positive company culture comes with cultivating strong relationships between coworkers. This includes the relationship between management and their team as well as the relationship between coworkers. Positive, friendly relationships encourage engagement, teamwork and cohesive unity throughout the office.

There are many ways to cultivate positive relationships between colleagues. Daily or weekly team building events that are organized by management are perfect opportunities to encourage face-to-face communication and trust while building skills. Another really great way to encourage team building is to organize regular out of office “team nights”. You can pick a different venue each time and you and your team can relax, have fun and get to know each other outside of the office. Team nights break down barriers and allow your team to get to know each other without the stress of work. When you really know your coworkers, you will know how to best help them and work more fluidly with them in a work setting.


  1. Inspire your team. There is nothing worse than working in an environment that is dull and drains you of all of your energy. You don’t want your team to dread coming to work each day and count the minutes until they can break free from the shackles of doom and gloom that is your workplace. You want your team to be inspired and pumped up when they step into the office! You want them to be ready to kick some ass and be as hungry for success as you are! If you want your team to perform well, you need to keep their attention.


  1. Give credit when credit is due. Make sure you give your team feedback on a consistent basis. No one is saying that you need to hold your employees’ hands and pat them on the back every time they do anything. However, when someone does something noteworthy, acknowledge it. If your team is going above and beyond, give them credit.


  1. Ask your team for feedback, as well. Your team wants to feel like they have a voice. Sometimes, your employees may be very frustrated with certain aspects of the business and you may have no idea if you give them no opportunity to voice their concerns. Being open to constructive criticism is very important in creating a positive corporate culture.


  1. Trust your team. Showing your team that you trust them is absolutely crucial in building a mutually respectful collaborative working environment. People hate to be micromanaged and not only is it destructive to the employee-manager relationship, it does absolutely nothing for productivity. Trust that your team can and will deliver. Give them some room to perform and test their abilities on their own. The worst thing you can do is stunt someone’s growth by constantly hovering over them and making them question their own abilities. Allowing your team to practice autonomy fosters a trusting relationship and allows for your employees to flourish.

Creating an exceptional corporate culture is one of the most beneficial measures you can take to ensure that you, your employees and your company will be successful. This is an area that should never be overlooked because you will get back so much more than what you put in.Selfie

Signature Business Solutions – ‘Meet the Team’

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For April’s ‘Meet the Team’, Signature Business Solutions would love to introduce John! He’s newer in the business, but has shown some crazy dedication and work ethic.

So John, tell us about yourself.
“I’m a Utah native, and I recently graduated with my degree in business management. I’m a huge Broncos and Patriots fan. Also, I love the arts and anything nerdy, Star Wars included.”

What is you guilty pleasure?
“Mint Oreo shakes”

What are your long term personal and professional goals?
“My personal long term goals consist of having a family and being debt free. My professional goal is to grow with Signature and own my business.”

We love that! We have no doubt you’ll be where you want to be within the business. Keep showing us your work ethic and student mentality, and we’ll make sure you hit those goals. Keep up the great work, John! 👏🏻👏🏻

Leadership Conference

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“Learn everything you can, anytime you can, from anyone you can – there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did.” – Sarah Caldwell

Signature Business Solutions is excited to announce they will be attending their second conference with the entire leadership team. The team will have the opportunity to collaborate with those who are best in the industry. They will have some guest speakers to talk about business development, success stories and campaigns for different markets. Signature Business Solutions is excited to find out upcoming projects in the industry as well.

Signature Business Solutions – ‘Meet the Team’

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For February’s ‘Meet the Team’, Signature Business Solutions would like to introduce Will! We couldn’t be more proud to call him one of our top leaders!

So Will, what is you greatest accomplishment?
“I had the opportunity to lead a successful business trip, in Las Vegas. We broke a few records for our clients, and had the opportunity to train new individuals.”

If you had a warning label, what would it be?
“‘Warning: Workaholic’ – I love my team and I strive to hit our goals as often as possible. If that means staying later for my team, I’ll do it.”

What is your long term goal?
“Multiple Business entrepreneur. I’d love to have multiple businesses in other states. Something I’ve always strived for.”

If you could tell yourself something your first day in the business, what would it be?
“Always have a student mentality, and being open for advice. Never thing you know it all, because you don’t.”

We love to hear about your goals! You obviously have had a positive impact in the company, and we’re excited to see what future holds for you!

#MeetTheTeam #SignatureBusinessSolutions

Signature Business Solutions Had Another Promotion!

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Signature Business Solutions had another promotion this week! We liked to congratulate and welcome Brandon to the #leadership team!
We asked him what was working for him on his first promotion…
“Simple. I smile. Not only does it effect my attitude, but a smile is contagious. I love to make my customers, clients and team smile.”
We love it! Keep up the great work, and we’ll look forward to your smile everyday.