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?
Should leaders focus on the long-run potential of their people or short-run outcomes? Amun Thapa shares his view on how leaders can balance good results with great candidates.
As we are trying to map the first year of entrepreneurship, we couldn’t get near to doing a good job without including the basics of team building. So, here are a few things that some of the young entrepreneurs and the VenturePlus team have learned about building and working in a team.
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
How do you deal with a newly hired employee? It could be your chance of making the best or the worst impression. But more than that, it could be your only chance of gaining his or her trust.
Having founded and worked on Biruwa Ventures for more than two and a half years, Vidhan Rana shares some insights that might be useful for Nepali startups slogging it out there.