How to Better Manage Employees Who are New to “Work from Home” Life

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Managing employees is a difficult job even when you see them every day at the office. Add in a remote setting and it becomes even more difficult because it’s never a one-size-fits-all approach.

Working remotely doesn’t mean that you can’t be an effective leader, it just means you have to do things a little differently and work a little harder on this critical skill: understanding the personalities of the people you manage.

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Tips to Make Your Employee’s Job More Meaningful

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The average employee spends about 2,000 hours at work a year? – not counting breaks, their commute, and overtime. So how can leaders help employees find meaning at work?

Companies spend a considerable amount of time, money, and resources on creating their vision, mission, core values, etc. but they often fall to the wayside when it comes to the daily grind of the workday and their Employee Experience. Employees might eat, drink, and breathe the company’s purpose and know why they do what they do – but employees really need to feel satisfied and engaged with their jobs in order for it to feel meaningful to them.

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How to Adapt your Leadership Style as Your Team Grows

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When you find that your cozy little meeting space can no longer hold all your employees comfortably, it’s a sign you’ve grown as a company– and with growth comes change. Things might be running along smoothly and then BAM; you suddenly realize that the old way of doing things is no longer efficient or working.

Not only does growth affect the dynamics of the team, but it also affects you as the owner.  As your company grows it’s imperative you spend more time working on your business versus in it. Time management is critical as you are dealing with more issues, making more decisions, and trying to communicate out everything you need to various people and departments – the only way to be effective and stay effective is to change and adapt as your team continues to grow.

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