The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
Company culture is one of those ethereal things that sometimes gets mentioned and then dropped as a topic because it’s too big or too vague.
And we can’t do much to influence it, so why spend time on it.
Here, we are referring to your Company values, also known as corporate values or core values.
These are the “fundamental beliefs upon which your business and its behaviour are based. They are the guiding principles that your business uses to manage its internal affairs as well as its relationship with customers”. (crewapp.com)
It’s often a fact that the very skills you have developed to get yourself to your current position in business may be the very skills and attributes that can hold your success back.
These might include having too high a dependence on your specialist expertise, an individualistic approach that differentiates you from your current peers, and possibly inclination to challenge the business status quo.
It has been proven time and time again that being a dictator in the office is not the best leadership tactic.
Instead of micromanaging your employees and telling them what needs to be done, you can improve productivity and better your corporate culture by involving your entire team in the decision making process, making your staff feel valued and appreciated.
It can be a difficult choice to add extra workforce to your existing team.
The extra expenses on paying a salary, payroll taxes and other expenses with hiring additional staff members can be a financial constraint for many small and medium enterprise owners or managers. Learn More
Do you have an employee so valuable, that if they call in sick, you feel like your entire office will collapse without them?
Often, managers place too much responsibility on one person, and if that worker is not able to come into the office, or worse yet, quit, the entire department can’t seem to get anything done. Learn More