I was surprised to hear a client say that a downturn in the economy is good from a staff retention perspective as there were fewer jobs out there to tempt his team members away. 283 more words
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In my last blog, I have talked about some ways through which you can schedule a perfect virtual meeting. Thus, I will continue my discussion in this blog, and provide you with some more tips to make your next virtual meeting perfect. 513 more words
As a CEO or executive manager you have business goals and objectives for your organization, but are your employees aware of them? As a manager with years of experience, I encountered it repeatedly that business goals and objectives, especially in private owned firms, were not communicated to inside stakeholders. 380 more words
The problem I have with the overuse of the word “transparency” is that it really only means “we put it on the Web, but it is your job to dig through 1,000s of pages and millions of numbers to make sense of it.” 1,054 more words
The first job I had out of college was in the transportation industry. I went to work for a regional trucking company and the plan was for me to experience all the departments to better prepare me for management, and in the words of the owner, to maybe take the company over from him one day. 755 more words
Starting a business is probably THE most exciting — and scary things that I’ve done in my life.
It’s a bit like driving through a heavy fog where you are only able to see a few feet in front of the windshield — you don’t know what’s up ahead until it’s upon you. 747 more words