Messing up at work? Good! Why you should let employees fall short.

Posted by Jeet Kumar on May 17, 2021 11:43:18 AM

In the last 12 months, I have asked at least 20 employees to make $1 million mistakes. I make that request regularly and I am very serious about it. Do you know why I do that? Because if they make a million dollar mistake, it is because they took a million dollar risk and put their life into it. They committed to something that inspired them and that is what I want my employees to do, even if they fall short. Our company flourishes because our people are committed to something bigger than themselves and they live full out. 

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Topics: Leadership, employees, growth, culture

The 5 Most Important Things to Give Your Employees in Addition to a Paycheck

Posted by Annalisa Gorringe on May 6, 2021 11:49:14 AM

The average person spends around 90,000 hours at work in their lifetime. I think it’s safe to say that it’s crucial for people to work at a place they enjoy. This also means that business owners not only need to navigate attracting top talent- but also retaining it. This starts with finding out what employees are really looking for in a job. Yes, money is an important aspect for most people when job searching, but ultimately people are looking for perks that go much deeper than monetary value.

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Topics: personal development, business, employees, culture

How to Encourage Your Employees to be Brand Advocates

Posted by Annalisa Gorringe on Apr 15, 2021 12:15:22 PM

Everyone has heard someone complain about not liking their job. And I think it’s safe to say that the place your friend is constantly talking down on wouldn’t be a place that you’d apply. Likewise, if you have a friend who often shares about how much they love their job, it will likely pique your interest. The latter is what it looks like to be a brand advocate. 

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Topics: business, employees, brand

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