• Jane Tran

3 Common Business Problems You Need to Learn How to Overcome




Every business encounters obstacles, but only the successful ones overcome them. The good news is that the most significant problems are also usually the most common! We’ve chosen 3 foundational business problems you need to understand - are you facing these?


1. Lack of Customer Communication


A woman and a man are arguing on one side of a table. In the background, directly across from them, is another man holding up his hands defensively in defeat.
New and existing customers want to feel connected to a brand and that their services and products are personalized.

One of the most common complaints from business owners is that they feel distant from their audience. New and existing customers want to feel connected to a brand and that their services and products are personalized. Address their concerns or add personal aspects to your content! On top of personalization, add more ways for your customer base to reach you. Expand your social media platforms or revamp your website so that it is clear to people interested in your brand that there are plenty of ways to get in contact.


2. Poor Customer and Employee Retention


A man wearing a suit is sitting down at a desk with a box of his things next to him. He is looking down and has one hand pressed against his head that is holding a large white paper which reads, 'I quit!' on it in all caps.
Along with poor customer retention, poor employee retention is something many businesses struggle with.

Once you have accrued new customers, how do you keep them? One of the main reasons for low customer retention is the lack of dynamic content. Customers get hooked on your content initially, but once they see that it is changing, it will keep them invested. Along with poor customer retention, poor employee retention is something many businesses struggle with. The team behind your company is essential, so treat them as such! Offer incentives, bonuses, and rewards to show their work is valued.


3. Hiring the Wrong People


A team of people wearing casual business dress are sitting around a table with papers and laptops, looking discouraged. The one one standing, a blonde woman wearing a long brown coat, has one hand to her forehead and appears to be in pain.
Make sure the people you hire have the same vision as the business and work well together.

A successful company requires a strong team, but how do you hire the right people? Hiring people with counterproductive traits to your business could bring the whole team down. Make sure the people you hire have the same vision as the business and work well together.


Need Help?


Need help making your dream team? We are here for you at Vega Inspired Solutions. Contact us today to learn how to use our talent optimization program, the Predictive Index, to hire smarter. We specialize in helping our clients develop a process to hire the best talent by diagnosing their needs and values and designing a system that can always hire the best candidate that aligns with the company.

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