Successful Entrepreneurs Have Employees who Disagree with Them

There is a general misconception in the business world that in order to be successful, entrepreneurs must be influential leaders whose employees immediately fall in line with their every command. Consider the number of famous entrepreneurs who have earned a reputation for themselves as successful leaders despite being “abrasive” and “difficult.” It’s not hard to imagine why these leaders would prefer, and more often than not, require obedient and loyal employees.

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Tips for Creating the Optimal Work Experience for Your Employees

When Freud was asked to define happiness, he provided a simple answer: “Work and love.” Ideally, everyone wants to be happy at work, not only because we spend a notable portion of our lives working, but also because work provides a source of purpose in our lives.

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How to Improve Talent Management Portal in Egypt

If you want your business to run successfully, then your company’s executives and HR management cannot just focus on basic talent management, but need to go beyond their daily tasks or hiring, acquiring and retaining talented employees. As a business, you need to work hard and help your employees become better at what they do. Talent management needs to become consistent with leadership, company strategy and key competencies, including experience, innovation skills, technical skills and problem solving skills for continued growth.

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