The job market is huge and with the rise of technology, employees have more options than ever and can now even work all over the world. So the question is, why would anyone want to work for you? If you don’t know, let me tell you…
It’s not rocket science to remove toxic energy or people from your life, but people make it a lot more difficult than it needs to be. First things first, you need to ask yourself what the impact is of allowing toxic people to stay in your life in the first place?
To me business is a way of life, it’s not just something I tap in and out of, so it’s important to create an environment where people feel like they can have fun.
Your team could make or lose you millions of dollars, so when it comes to hiring, it’s important to get it right. It’s sometimes easy to pick a dud, but is it possible to turn an average employee into a talented team member?
Recruiting the right people can be very hit and miss for a lot of businesses. But the more bad hires we can prevent, the greater chance we have to not only save money but also accelerate growth by keeping the culture nice and strong. Here’s how you should recruit for performance.
With technology enabling us to work anywhere and everywhere at all hours of the day or night, a lot of people are questioning whether it’s essential to have a one-place team work space. Here’s my take on it.
As our online presence has grown, curious viewers have been asking more and more about the mysterious man behind the camera, so this week on the blog, we go inside the mind of Mattias Holmbom!
First of all, I don’t like firing people, it’s not something I enjoy, but there’s something called de-selection and self-selection which makes it a lot easier.
Sales is about communication and relationships. It is about service. So many people see sales as a process of selling something to someone regardless of whether or not they need it or not.
Fire everyone in your business mentally at least every six to 12 months and then ask yourself the question, would I hire them back?