Sure, aiming for perfection is admirable — but at what cost? Before I am accused of endorsing mediocrity, let me make the case for progress over perfection.
Tagged: company culture
Meetings can feel like a waste of time, and some are. Here’s when you do need to call a meeting — and when you’re better off without it.
There’s nothing worse spending time, money, and energy training employees to be the best, just to have them walk out on you a year or two later.
While “re-accommodating” customers is a policy for some, it is an opportunity for small brands to step up and show big brands how it should be done.
Creating a company culture that works is not an easy job. Yet it is absolutely necessary because culture can make or break a business.
If you take it upon yourself to be the trendsetter and get creative, you will find creativity (and a happy team) will follow.
Startups are re-engineering productivity. Here are 5 methods to promote business growth through a positive, relaxed work culture.
Three years ago, thick clouds of bankruptcy loomed over the plus-sized womenswear retailer, Ashley Stewart. Here’s how CEO James Rhee turned things around.
Whenever a business experiences consistently high employee turnover, strong leaders understand that the key to success is to always blame someone else.
What you say, and what you don’t, can make a huge impact on your team. Need the right thing to say? Start with phrases that empower your employees.