Work environments are typically high-activity, high-stress. When you work in an office, the job can be so demanding that it is easy to work straight for hours without taking a break. That puts the body and mind under undue stress and …
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership — starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?” His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers …
Is work time for pay or is work an investment in your future? How you look at it quite often determines how far and how fast you can grow within a company.
Want to let your employees know they are appreciated? What form of recognition are you considering? Spoken praise in private or in public, gift card, physical gift, cash…, there are so many possibilities. What is the best option to let your employees know you care about them and appreciate their effort?
Let us take a look at the pros and cons of the two major forms of recognition, gifts and money.
Nigeria is a big country, geographically and in terms of population. Like most developing countries, it has a few sprawling metropolises and then the rest of the country is rural. This article explores how the advent of the internet is changing the face of rural Nigeria
Merchants know better. If you do nothing, you lose. Great quote from the incomparable Rumi
Are you a company considering the possibility of introducing employee rewards? What to give, what is right, what is over the top, what is too little? You have heard of good practices elsewhere but they seem to cost a lot of money? We may have a few good suggestion for you.
You will like this talk by Tali Sharot.
Yes sometimes wisdom and a little levity go together. Enjoy a few western proverbs and feel free to add a few of your own in the comments section. After eating an entire bull, a mountain lion felt so good he started roaring. He kept it up until a hunter came along and shot him. The […]
When the airlines started charging for checked-in baggage, there was a lot of hue and cry. Their (the airlines) excuse was and remains, that fuel has become very expensive. Because the economy is down, people want cheap tickets, so lugging your heavy bags is costing us fuel/money. You want to carry bags – you pay. […]