You and your employees are a team, so make sure you act like one. These ideas will help you build the bond.
You probably care more about your company than any other person does. And that may be all you need to remember to make your business a success.
Not if you want to grow a business, earn the trust and commitment of employees and customers, and create sustained bottom-line profits.
It may hurt your company to let customers know what's really going on, but it can kill your company not to.
Tips for training a leader, not a dictator
Don't have the time to cultivate good employees? <i>Make</i> time! You'll thank yourself later.
You won't boost employee performance without the right training and supervision.
Rewarding employees for a job well-done will do wonders for their performance--and your bottom line.
Ken Blanchard's <i>Whale Done!</i> proves the power of positive reinforcement with your employees.
If you only jump in when employees have done something wrong, then it's time to take a closer look at your management style.
Is the rumor mill out of control in your company? Keeping the communication lines open ought to take care of the problem.
Of horses and carts and management: helping your employees understand what their jobs are
It's OK to ask questions. But be careful not to step on any toes in the process.
Get employees and customers to do what you want by giving them what they want.
When jobs are repetitive and boring, they will not be done well. Have you examined your employees' job descriptions lately?
© 2017 Entrepreneur Media, Inc.