As I’ve been researching and speaking to dozens of entrepreneurs about their secrets to creating a Culture of Accountability, I discovered an interesting study that changed the way I looked at things. Read on for a new perspective that might change the way you look at your employees... “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.” -Henry Ford.
Upward Jumping Monkey, Noun. a project or job that moves from a team member of lesser responsibility and experience, to one of greater responsibility and experience, thereby exhausting and depleting the latter team member. Check out the video below...
Meet Nick Gianoulis, aka “The Godfather of Fun.” As the founder of the Fun Dept., Nick spent over a decade helping companies bring the fun back into business. Nick has a thing or two (or three!) to say about fun and how it can change everything at work. Read on to discover Nick’s top 4 reasons to have more fun at work.
I sent out an email last week asking the recipients to take a 30 second, 1 Question Survey. Now let me explain why I did that and why you should too. See, this blog goes out to many different people, all around the world. Different jobs, different industries, different interests, different backgrounds, you name it- they’re reading this blog.
Hold on. Don’t turn the hose on me yet. As the CEO of Brand Launcher, I deal with the “Millennial Issue” (anyone born after 1984) all of the time, especially during family-owned companies’ generational handoffs. I constantly hear owners complain that Millennials: Lack “work ethic” Are difficult to manage Have an attitude of entitlement Can’t handle rejection