Would you be surprised to discover that more than half of the workforce is unhappy about their work environment? For decades we believed that the monetary rewards for the jobs they do is enough incentive for the employees to be happy and loyal to you or your company. Now we know that’s not the case. […] The post 3 Solid Ways to Create Lasting Employee Loyalty appeared first on SmallBizClub.
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As an entrepreneur, you’re probably tired of hearing about the importance of early morning gratitude sessions. It seems like everyone has ‘the one simple trick!’ you need to add to your routine to thrive in your business, but those tricks add up and take up your time. Not only that, but entrepreneurs are also living […] The post Want to Be a Better Entrepreneur and Leader? Build a Better Morning Routine appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Building effective teams requires building self-leaders. Let’s start with teams first. Is it better for organizations to be more like a natural (wild) garden or an orchestra? One of these models is not better than the other—they reflect different purposes. A natural garden has beauty, freedom of expression, and individuality that cannot be reproduced in […] The post Self-Leadership: A Prerequisite for Teamwork appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Well, okay, you can’t really force everyone to love their job, but you can certainly create a culture and environment that nurtures and supports your employees and gives them every reason to enjoy their work. Why should you care if they’re happy? It’s simple: Happy employees are good employees. Good employees are invested in your […] The post Be a Leader Who Makes Employees Love Their Jobs appeared first on SmallBizClub.
There are many examples of forward-thinking and successful women in business, but popular media portrays this world as male-driven, which has to change. Getting a degree in business may seem risky, especially since success is not a sure thing, but opportunities have never been so abundant. The following are a few reasons why more women […] The post The Business World Needs Women and Their Leadership appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Here’s yet another story that you may identify with—or have yet to experience in your business life. It’s one of those that define your leadership for all to see, sometimes based upon decisions made in the moment—such as this one. A story of a CEO’s snap judgment call Years ago, when I was CEO of […] The post You Are Your Company’s Moral Compass appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Here’s a shocking fact of U.S. businesses: Leadership training doesn’t typically happen until managers have been on the job for some 10 years. I think it’s easy to understand why this is so. Very often individuals sort of “morph” or evolve into management positions. It can happen several different ways: The organization grows and a successful […] The post How to Mold Managers That Propel Your Business Success appeared first on SmallBizClub.
There is a dawning of a new form of leadership within business that we can refer to as Abundant Leadership. This form of leadership holds the standard of all forms… Read more » The post Bringing True Abundance into Business Leadership appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
In today’s world, everything is visible in a digital way. An all-tech, always-on culture and lifestyle means that privacy is perishing quickly. That means that being earnest and building and maintaining a culture of trust is of the utmost importance in today’s world. A company can build and maintain trust from two angles in order […] The post Earn Trust from Your Workers and Get Rewarded with More Customers appeared first on SmallBizClub.
We all have blind spots – things you don’t see despite your best intentions to observe the world changing around you. In business, these can quickly take you off the growth track, even as you work harder and harder. In my role as startup and small business advisor, it’s my job to help you see […] The post 10 Leadership Blind Spots That Stunt Business Growth appeared first on SmallBizClub.