Attract, source, hire, on-board, retain, reward then fire. This is how most cloud based recruiting solutions are built and configured to secure the right talents. Accelerating the hiring process through streamlining the process to engage candidates and their management. The source of power comes from the system capability to hire the best candidates for the […]
It does not need a PHD in business to unravel the hallmarks of a leaderless organisation. Whether in private and public sectors, the symptoms are similar, easily diagnosable, but sometimes disguisable. By saying leaderless, the organisation is certainly purposeless. The most common things among such organisations are that: They are a ‘Me Too business’ and […]
Do not compromise on prices, improve your offerings Lower prices do indicate that the seller has compromised two main things, either the quality of the products or the working conditions for the workers. Discounts attract customers and empty shelves, but when they become repetitive and bottoming down the prices is the strategy, things go wrong. […]
In business, there is a huge difference between number one and the rest of the numbers. Being number one means you are the captain of your ship. Marching first entails responsibility, managing risk, navigating the business, guiding people, looking after them, paying their wages and a lot of things. Simply, you job is to lead […]
Be there when the sun rises, follow the orders, run the machines, obey the boss, leave when the sun sets, get your pay check and that is it. You are the employee of the 21st century
Google defines management as the process of dealing with or controlling things or people. Let’s focus on the last three words, controlling things or people. The idea of managing and controlling things is logistically and technically understandable, but the notion of managing and controlling people is dehumanizing and should be disregarded. People strive to be […]
A high staff turnover ratio disqualifies you and your business from using “great” to describe your leadership and even to keep using leadership. Great leadership does not operate in uncharted grey areas.