While not all managers practice this, part of their professional role is to coach their employees. While a manager does assign tasks and keeps track of due dates, she should also act as a motivator and teacher to the staff, encouraging them to do the best they possibly can.
Many people have great ideas, unfortunately only a small percentage turn them into successful businesses. An idea is not nearly enough of what it takes to turn that figment of your imagination into a tangible product or set up services that will be sought after by clients.
Most people come to the office with the mindset of working productively, and accomplishing certain tasks throughout the day. However, after stopping by to chat with a few colleagues, having a cup of tea, perusing through daily emails, daydreaming, and getting distracted by text messages and other employees, the day seems to end without much[…..]