A few points highlighted cover taxes, cleaning up and organizing and setting goals.
Start by brainstorming some ideas on where you want to be in three months, six months, a year, five years, etc. Don’t worry about how you will get there, just write down every possibility — big and small.
Another point in the article suggests showing appreciation to your employees.
Thanking your team for their contributions during the year is a great way to end on a high note and gear up for 2012.
What do you include in your end of year tasks?