Joshua Wagschal’s Blog
One dilemma many new entrepreneurs and small business owners face is in knowing how much information to share with their employees.
While no one can guarantee your success, there are steps you can take to ensure a better chance of success. This means being mindful of your thoughts and deviating from self-defeating philosophies.
Working remotely is becoming more and more of a trend as our technology advances. It gives both you and the company more freedom, and fewer expenses, in terms of traveling and office space. But when you work from home, it can be difficult to stay motivated, especially when there’s no one else in your vicinity.
Having tough employees can lead to a host of negative experiences. Bosses and managers may dread coming to work, or contentious situations can arise. While the exact methods to use can vary depending upon the situation, harnessing some strategies can help to alleviate tension and better the situation.
Business literature is full of praise for mentoring programs, yet offices across the country seem full of failed initiatives rather than mentoring success stories. Successes do happen, but only when management recognizes potential pitfalls and takes steps to avoid them.
Any business comes with its obstacles—in fact, it’s nearly impossible for anyone to go through the day without coming across some kind of conflict. It takes creative thinking and flexibility to find a solution. Though it will require contributing extra effort, going above and beyond to find the best possible one will pay off in the long run.