Imagine a work place where the only sound that you hear is that of your co-worker hitting hard on the keyboard, and the only conversation you have with collegues is about business, sales, profit and growth. Isn’t that just boring?
Are you one of those bosses you never wanted to be? Do your employees look up to you or look away from you? Are you somehow responsible for the poor performance of your staff?
One thing we Nepalese are really good at is ‘being late.’ How many times have you attended a corporate event that has started on time? Probably none. How many times have you waited for someone to arrive for a meeting to start on time? Probably a lot of times. To conclude, we are all used to what is called ‘Nepali time.’
Have people invited, serve them posh lunch and impose your company’s information. This is how most of us perceive workshops. Arguably, workshop is one of the most used yet misunderstood professional buzz words. However, there is a way to
They come as you please but they leave as it pleases them. You might have a role in bringing them in, but what is your role in making them stay? Employee turnover is costly business. How do you retain your best employees?
Starting a company and scaling it is not an easy task. Many early entrepreneurs dream to achieve a “hockey stick” type growth rate for their startups but often fail to scale.
Reading is learning. Many experts write about their experiences and share tips through their articles, blogs and books. Are you making use of such information?
There’s three things to keep in mind when you want your employees having constructive and passionate discussions – the people themselves, the reasoning and the methods. Get these three things down and you’re well on your way to a team that works better together.