May 17, 2024 - The Edge from the National Association of Landscape Professionals

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Day: May 17, 2024

No Mow May: Is It Really Beneficial?

“Now Mow May” is a popular movement that encourages homeowners to withhold their first lawn mowing until the first of June. For environmentally conscious homeowners, No Mow May can truly seem like a win-win. Help out some pollinators while delaying their mowing services for a whole month, what’s not to like? However, when you start […]

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The Missing Piece: Crafting a Dynamic Company Culture

“Every company, community, institution, family and society has a culture,” says Paul Fraynd, co-owner of Sun Valley Landscaping, based in Omaha, Nebraska. “It starts anytime two people enter a room together.” The question is – do you want to be intentional about your company culture or let it happen on a whim? “I would ask: […]

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Business Smarts: Elevating the Customer Experience

If you think of some of your recent positive interactions with a business, the majority of the time, this sentiment is created by an excellent customer experience. You felt valued, heard and your needs were catered to often before you had to request it. Similarly, this is what your clients should be enjoying when they […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Developing A Strong Company Culture

Company culture is one of the strongest tools you have when it comes to recruiting and retaining your employees. Make sure you’re taking advantage of this selling point of your business and avoid costly mistakes that can damage your culture in the long run. The Do’s Matthew Spiece, general manager of Joshua Tree Experts, based […]

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