Albert Costill — April 18, 2020 Research has found that the average American spends around nine hours a day working. That’s a serious concern for everyone since work is a primary stressor in life. How you recharge or not to recharge can impact your mental and physical health. Employee productivity, burnout, and retention are all … Continue reading How You Recharge Shows How Good of a Boss You Are
Paul Keijzer — December 6, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer We all want happy-go-lucky, nice and jolly bosses. No one wants to work for a snob. More often than not employees quit because of the ineffectiveness of the leaders at an organization. It is especially when it comes to leadership skills that you look up to your … Continue reading 4 Powerful Reasons Why You Should Work for a Tough Boss
Renzo Costarella — December 3, 2019 Being your own boss — whether if you’re a freelancer, entrepreneur, or small business owner — is the ultimate dream. You get to do what you love, set your own schedule, and create your own lifestyle. At the same time, you’re solely responsible for the progress, goal setting, and … Continue reading 15 Ways to Stay Motivated When You’re the Boss
Karl Sakas — November 11, 2019 Follow @KarlSakas Your client has a new boss? Here’s how to make it a win instead of a loss. There’s an old joke about executive turnover: “When a new CEO starts, they have three ‘jobs’ to do: Hire someone, fire someone, and rearrange the furniture.” When your client’s boss … Continue reading Your Client Has a New Boss? We Can Predict What’ll Happen Next!
Brian Wallace — October 2, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing We’ve had our favorite bosses to memory and we’ve had those not so favorite bosses to memory, so what differentiates the two? It’s important to discuss the role of management as they have a direct impact on employees. Actually, 94% of employees who consider themselves to have … Continue reading The Habits of a Good Boss [Infographic]
Kerry Goyette — September 23, 2019 Follow @kerrygoyette — September 23, 2019 Currently, five generations of workers are coming together to make products, provide services, and disrupt industries — but you should probably take a picture because it won’t last much longer. By 2020, Gen Zers will make up 40% of the working and consuming … Continue reading Generation Z Requires a Different Managerial Approach. Here Are 3 Ways to Elevate Your Boss Game
Paul Keijzer — September 16, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — September 16, 2019 Trust needs to exist at the core of every professional relationship. Why? Because if you think about it, a tightly interlinked chain of events needs to occur in any organization in order to attain results. To maintain this chain, people need to trust … Continue reading 4 Sure Ways to Tell if Your Boss is Trustworthy
Chris Meroff — September 6, 2019 — September 6, 2019 Cultivating your company culture is the selfless act of continuously and consistently asking: How does this project, task, service, or product drive our purpose? Think of your purpose and guiding principles as a roadmap for charting the culture you’re going to cultivate. However, your purpose … Continue reading Why You Should Make Culture the Boss
Cath Andrews — September 4, 2019 — September 4, 2019 Admit it. You’ve fantasized about firing your boss and gaining the personal freedom to do what you want. You may have a great boss. Constructive. Encouraging. He may even pay you well. He’s still your boss though. You’re working for him, on his terms and … Continue reading Personal Freedom: Get Ready to Fire Your Boss!
Deborah Sweeney — August 24, 2019 Follow @MyCorporation — August 24, 2019 Whether you’ve been employed with a company for five years or wrapped up your first 90 days as a new team member, most employees do want their boss to be continually impressed and happy with their performance. Basic etiquette aside, like arriving to … Continue reading Want Your Boss To Be Happy With Your Performance? Do These 6 Things