Many organisations reward their employees annually with a bonus in addition to their regular salary. When questioned, most bosses reply that they give out bonuses to thank their staff for their hard work, and improve employee retention.
If you are like most managers, you likely sit down at your desk at 8am, not looking up from documents and emails until lunchtime. However, new research from the Draugiem Group, a social networking firm, as reported by Chartered Management Institute, found that working for hours straight without break is far from the most productive[…..]
If you are an executive who works long and hard hours, you likely tell yourself that that is just the price of success. In the modern world, most executives believe that all others in their similar positions work tirelessly and have no life.
When you were younger, you may not have thought about your health. You likely did not need to exercise because you were running between classes, and on the weekends you may have played rugby with your mates.
More often than not, connections play a big role in the professional world. Whether a mate from university helped you find your first job, or a former colleague connected you with a valuable client, the right relationships can make or break a career.
It is important to always strive to better oneself both personally and professionally. Leaders should constantly be on the lookout for ways to better their approach to their staff, the more apt the boss is, the more productive workflow will be and the happier employees will become.