Linda Case

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You've Got Drive. You Have Skills. But Can You Learn to Lead?

"A growing business depends on the business owner getting the most from people who usually don�t have his drive and/or skills," REMODELING consultant Paul Winans notes. And the only way that can happen is by learning to lead. Go to school with Winans' six suggested readings. More

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Fresh Appeal: Client Gifts That Reflect Company Culture Fresh Appeal: Client Gifts That Reflect Company Culture

These small tokens are whimsical and eco-friendly, catching homeowners' attention. More

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So Long: Linda Case Retires So Long: Linda Case Retires

For 35 years Linda Case has been part of the remodeling industry. On Dec. 31, 2011, she retires, leaving a lasting legacy. More

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Talk to Me: Linda Case Retires Talk to Me: Linda Case Retires

A farewell to Linda Case, who is retiring her column in REMODELING and her involvement with Remodelers Advantage but is leaving a lasting legacy of best practices and industry evolution. More

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Eat 'Em Up: Thinking Outside the Box to Do Good Eat 'Em Up: Thinking Outside the Box to Do Good

Turning a school team fundraiser into an opportunity for charitable giving and a little marketing. More

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How to Make Money in Remodeling

A budget and job costing are the keys to keeping your company on track. More

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Dramatic Arts: Role-Play to Empower Your Sales Performance Dramatic Arts: Role-Play to Empower Your Sales Performance

It takes some getting used to, but there are valuable lessons to be learned from role-playing. More

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Head Count: Planning for Staff Cuts Head Count: Planning for Staff Cuts

A plan tied to key metrics can help you handle staff cuts. Having the plan in place in advance can help you make rational decisions when the pressure is on. More

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Gen Y: Theyíre Here Gen Y: Theyíre Here

LINDA CASE: Todayís 20- and 30-somethings have their own ideas about work More

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Close to Immortal: Passing on a Family-Owned Remodeling Company Close to Immortal: Passing on a Family-Owned Remodeling Company

LINDA CASE: Tips for making a change in generational ownership a success. More

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