Being a boss is no easy feat. You have a thousand-and-one things on your to-do list, not to mention keeping your employees and your clients happy on a daily basis.
So here’s a run down of the best content on the web about being a better boss:
Are you a Millennial? Do you want to run your own company? If you answered yes to the first question, chances are you answered yes to the second. Surveys show that more Millennials aspire to running their own businesses than to climbing the corporate ladder while working for someone else.
Every weekday, Cory Ludens starts his morning by writing out three “gratitudes”—each specific, and never repeated. Over the last four years, he has named roughly 400. “It’s just a part of my life,” says Ludens, vice president of culture and events at Mattress Firm, a Texas-based retailer.
Your company is only as good as your people, and that starts with the top brass. Bosses have their brand’s future and their employee’s happiness in their hands. This can seem like a big feat to tackle, to say the least.
Old school performance ratings are officially a thing of the past. It’s time to start giving better feedback and empowering your employees.
It’s almost performance review season and, if you want to give better feedback, it may be time to forget traditional, numerical appraisals and management systems.