Having a good leader in the workplace can make a massive difference in your productivity, overall effectiveness, talent retention rate, and your public image. Still, what does it take for one to be a great leader?
COVID-19 trapped every individual into the cage of their own home. We have taken our offices to our homes during the pandemic to continue the workflow. While working from home, we have all faced the same difficulties and have found ways to overcome them.
One of the greatest boxers of all times, Mike Tyson, once said that everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. This witty remark is a perfect example of the fact that just because something works on paper.
Does the best business proposition make an impact if there’s no one to hear it? Of course not. Therefore, even if you have a completely new angle to offer to your industry, you need to work out a way to maximize your exposure.
Do you ever find yourself wishing that your employees didn’t get stressed out so much? Perhaps you think to yourself that if they were less stressed, then they would be more productive. This is probably true.