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Harwood is a Managing Partner with Pro-Motion Consulting. Reach him at phil@mypmcteam.com. He is a Landscape Industry Certified Manager, NALP Trailblazer, NALP Consultant, and Certified Snow Professional. Harwood holds a BA in Marketing and Executive MBA with Honors from Michigan State University, where he was recently nominated Alumnus of the Decade.

Posts by Phil Harwood

High Performance: How to conduct the ultimate exit interview Posted on 10 May 2022 in the Blog categories.

Phil Harwood shares how examining your own resignations from jobs can help prevent attrition and improve employee retention at your business. Read more»

It may seem early, but it’s time to shift your focus to snow Posted on 10 May 2022 in the 0522 & Current Issue & From the Magazine & Snow+Ice Management categories.

It’s May. The grass is growing. The flowers are going in. But snow is inevitably coming and Phil Harwood explains why you should start prepping now. Read more»

High Performance: How to flip the script on raising prices Posted on 12 Apr 2022 in the Blog categories.

Phil Harwood shares how to telling clients you need to raise your prices for services can go off without a hitch like a Broadway play. Read more»

Business Insider: Do you know the worth of your business? Posted on 23 Mar 2022 in the 0322 & Business & From the Magazine categories.

Phil Harwood explains why it's important to know the worth of your business and the best strategies for going through the valuation process. Read more»

High Performance: How to win the renewal game Posted on 14 Mar 2022 in the Blog categories.

The renewal process takes many different shapes in our industry. The renewal process for residential work is different than that for commercial work and there are many variations within these... Read more»

The unintended consequences of being the face of the business Posted on 01 Feb 2022 in the Blog categories.

Phil Harwood discusses the negative consequences of an owner being the exclusive salesperson and primary account manager and what to do about it. Read more»