It seems to be that when a companies employee(s) aren't happy, the knee-jerk reaction is to assume it's about money. Raise the pay, get better employees or keep them longer - not true.
Investors, Bankers, Dragons and Sharks all ask similar questions. They know that there are specific keys to a business having the best chance of succeeding. This model helps you answer those questions
We all get into business only to discover there is so much more to know. As we learn this, often our stress goes up and we lose the zeal we once had for our business. We want to change both of those.
In the 20 seconds between serves, the top tennis players ritualistic bounces allow them to almost fully recover to full potential. Leaders can learn similar habits with this buckets exercise
Thinking that paying them, even ludicrous amounts of money, and hoping this will keep them coming to work for you is not only naive, it s likely going to kill your business soon.
This whole talk about culture can often turn off the more practical-minded people. If you re anything like me - and I work in the industry - the thought of fixing company culture gives me the heebie-jeebies
We can no longer hope to hire people the same way we used to. It seems when we need to hire, the first thing we do is post an ad with a list of all we want and hope to have a steady stream of people jumping through the hoop eager to work with us.