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Employees always appreciate a boss who is willing to listen.
This applies both in the “real” world, and in the virtual world where the remote working relationship exists. Employees don’t like being treated like anonymous statistics hired to simply carry out tasks.
By David Lee and Jacob Schneid Despite millions of words written and millions of dollars spent on improving employee engagement, the needle has barely budged over the years. From Gallup’s State of the American Workplace: While the state of the U.S.
Leaders of social enterprises face manifold challenges: many leaders do not have a formal business education and were driven by the passion to solve a social cause. Their intrinsic motivation comes first and economic reasons rank low. But business procedures need to be implemented, teams built and money earned to run a social enterprise successfully. To support them, this manual sets out to answer the following question: What are the key challenges for social entrepreneurs when it comes to leadership?
Feeling comfortable? Then you are probably not innovating. Look around your own hallways. If everything and everyone looks familiar and feels comfortable, it may be time for some of that shock treatment. Your growth and your very survival may depend on it.