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.
With the New Year upon us, the one thing every business owner has in common is a resolution to grow their business during 2017.
While that is a beneficial goal, it is important to plan the steps required to achieve it. Learn More
You have come up with a terrific idea, and believe that it will revolutionise the industry.
You have gathered funds to get prototypes made, and possibly even started a Kickstarter campaign. Learn More
If you are not good at small talk, it can lead to big disadvantages in the business world.
Although commenting about the weather or the latest sports scores may seem trivial to you, having the ability to initiate, or at least, participate in trivial conversations can help you navigate networking events, open the door to attracting potential new business and give you something to say to your own boss at corporate affairs. Learn More
Employees usually envy the freedom that they believe their bosses have.
Losing an employee is disappointing, and a high turnover rate leads to many disadvantages.
Having employees quit can create chaos when projects are not complete, and you must take on the responsibilities yourself or assign them to other staff members. Learn More
While a great leader can effectively manage their employees, a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) programme can help to manage your entire business.
Various companies offer their own CRM solutions, such as Salesforce and Zoho. Learn More