Managing mental health issues in the workplace can feel like walking through a jungle. Not understanding your legal rights and responsibilities as an employer is like walking through that same […]
Your personality is a strong influence on how you interact with others. Basically, your personality affects your communication style, which affects how other people perceive you. Whether you want to project a certain image, or it just happens naturally, a knowledge of your own style can be illuminating.
There is a disease that most entrepreneurs suffer from. It is painful, crippling and fatal to the business. I call it “Entrepreneurs Disease.” So, what is Entrepreneurs Disease? Read on to find out more.
As your business grows, eventually you’ll have to delegate work to others. In order to do that effectively, you need to make sure everyone understands clearly your expectations. In a word, you need structure.
One of the most important elements of a workplace wellness program has little to do with program itself, it’s buy-in from the management team. Use these simple strategies to show top-level support and increase employee participation in your workplace wellness efforts.
Your employees are dragging their feet
There’s nothing better than working for yourself, having your own business, and being in charge of your own destiny. However, not everyone has the right mindset or the right personality to be a successful entrepreneur.
Workplace wellness programs can help reduce sick leave and boost employee morale and productivity. But how do find ways to engage employees and encourage participation in wellness activities?
Have you considered making healthy New Year’s resolutions for your business? Why not make 2013 the year you commit to making changes that will lead to healthier, happier and more productive employees?
Running a successful business requires more than just having a great idea. It requires leadership. And let’s face it