The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
Millennials don’t have the best reputation in the working world.
Infamous for being nosy, lazy and wanting more, the younger generation would argue that they are simply more interested in transparency and a better work/ life balance.
Modern leaders know that in order to get their employees to be loyal to their companies and work at their most productive levels, they need to engage with them.
Engagement has been shown to be one of the most vital strategies a manager can achieve in order to stop high employee turnover and build a positive corporate culture with happy employees.
Reading books on management topics is one of the best ways that leaders can constantly better themselves by freshening up their management skills.
A great book to consider reading is called One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson.
Nobody likes to receive negative feedback, and this can be especially crushing when it happens at work.
If your boss has just given you a negative performance review, you may feel shocked, hurt, angry or confused.
As change is ever present in the corporate world, so are training sessions.
Although some companies only invest in training new candidates when they join the team, training should be continuous. Learn More
A startup owner needs the funds to get the business of the ground, grow it and market it to prospective clients.
Few entrepreneurs have the capital required to grow a startup, and they need investors to finance their endeavours. Learn More
When trying to find material about making the corporate culture and environment better, there is a lot of confusing information.
Two terms that seem to be used interchangeably are employee satisfaction and employee engagement.