Your employees will be able to do their best work for you when they take time away from their jobs to rest and recharge. It’s also important for them to be able to use their time off in a way that helps them tend to the other priorities in their lives — for example, caring … Continued
Your employees are the backbone of your business. It is important that your employees feel invested in the company and supported in their professional growth. One of the best ways to make sure that your stuff feels like a part of a team is by providing excellent training. Most employees are familiar with the orientation. … Continued
As a manager, you’re a bit like that stretchy rubber doll from the nineties — each limb being pulled in an opposite direction by your hourly workers, customers, and higher-ups from the second you step into work. Saving time, and energy, are paramount to the success of your business, not to mention your own sanity … Continued
In an ever-changing global economy, entrepreneurs are seeking out more creative ways to find business success while balancing work with life. Opening a seasonal business is one such strategy. It’s especially viable for the entrepreneur who likes to work (and play) hard. There are two main types of seasonal businesses: those that close completely during … Continued
When done right, team meetings can be a great productivity driver for your company. When your team is working together in a way that encourages communication and collaboration, you’ll find that identifying and solving business problems becomes easier than ever before. In today’s busy world, employees often feel isolated. It’s important for you to bring … Continued
As a manager, it can be tough when an employee makes a mistake. Sometimes these are small offenses like constantly showing up five minutes late, and sometimes there are bigger issues like consistently not meeting goals or being rude to coworkers. You know your employees are only human and that humans make mistakes. So, you’re not looking to fire your employees, but you know you must address the issues that are causing a problem in the workplace.
Effective managers must possess several key leadership skills. One of the most crucial is the ability to manage team conflicts.