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Employees appreciate having one-on-one meetings because it makes them feel special. When they've done a good job, they'd get a pat on the shoulder and when they didn't, they'd get a chance to overcome their weaknesses.
Some other ways to show appreciation to your employees include:
When we take care of our employees, meet their needs such as providing them incentives, bonuses, increments, and allowances, their morale goes sky-high. Employees with high morales end to be more productive and produce better quality work.
However, if we don't, it can lead the company to the verge of collapse because it shows that they are dissatisfied with their environment and will not produce the desired results we ask for.
Results-driven meetings help both the company and the employer in the long run.
It may seem like a shaky strategy from the get-go but having separated time slots to discuss every single detail of the project with your employees will result in better outputs, inclusivity of facts and opinions, and feedback is always open for discussion.
Companies that thrive are those who practice and value transparency, truth, and honesty. Employees respect their management and administration thus having a sense of comfort because there are justice and equality in the workplace.
In addition to this, businesses must merit the employees who deserve it rather than exhibiting favoritism - this practice runs businesses to fail.
“Innovation is seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.”
“You can’t solve a problem on the same level that it was created. You have to rise above it to the next level.”
“The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.”
“Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow.”
Research has shown that innovators and entrepreneurs don't take more risk than the average person. However, they are more comfortable making decisions in uncertainty.
They have a set of skills that allows them to navigate in uncertainty. These skills can be learned and practised by anyone to improve their innovation skills.
Uncertainty and change can create opportunity and a need for innovation.
The pandemic has revealed many problems that are ripe for innovative solutions. Practices that were until recently on the fringe of acceptance are now accepted by mainstream society, such as telehealth, food delivery, e-sports, and online education.
Risk analysis is a rational and calculation-driven process, while uncertainty triggers the fight-or-flight response. Innovators don't ignore risk. They are able to maintain their analytical capabilities in the face of uncertainty.
These skills can be learned through a combination of guidance, practice, and experience.
Narcissism, it turns out, is not a one-dimensional personality and there are nuances in character and behaviour.
Humble narcissists, people who are egoistic but still able to admit mistakes, and leaders that are trainable, or are able to give other people credit, are a paradoxical but strong leadership package.
Counterbalancing the narcissistic traits with humility is something that can be taken up by managers who believe they may fall in this category.
This can be done by:
When Muhammad Yunus received the prize in 2006 for his micro-credit initiative to thousands of poor people which became Grameen Bank, many people thought the name of the prize winner was the name of the bank.
Humanitarian work by the common man was rewarded since the inception of the prize but is well-known now due to increased exposure and media coverage.
The nominations for the Peace Prize has gradually increased from the first year it was recorded in 1904, swelling from 22 to 376 in 2016.
Media coverage regarding the awards is also much bigger than before, resulting in an increased awareness of the prize.