Entrepreneurs and business owners are constantly dealing with two big staffing issues: attracting top talent and retaining it. We all want a capable, well-rounded staff for our companies. No matter how specialized the role you’re hiring for, versatility still usually tops the list of qualifications. It’s also something employees themselves tend to value: if you […]
Looking to evolve your personal brand? With the internet, we all have the tools we need to build our personal brands. This means that you, no matter if you’re a social media natural or not, can take measures to develop and strengthen your own personal brand. But how? Step-by-Step Guide Step 1. Develop your brand assets. Some […]
Perhaps, like me, you find yourself not only making fewer phone calls, but increasingly disinclined to answer them. One of the reasons for this is that, as a medium, the phone is synchronic: when it rings, you are pretty much obliged to answer at that moment, unless you either prefer the caller to to leave […]
(This is one in a series of articles and interviews about conscious business leadership, which is about leaders creating and promoting workplaces of understanding, honesty, and compassion, for the betterment of their employees, their community, their organization and world.) How do you grow a company from a single sushi restaurant in 1997 to a public […]
“A successful business is often the best thing that can happen to a family – and the worst.” Parents always want to pass on their legacy to children. That could be the reason why more than 80% of businesses globally are family owned. While getting acquainted with business right from childhood can help develop your […]
This is the second in series of articles on lessons for success learnt from a lifetime in sport by Olympic Swimmer Rehan Poncha. In my last blog, I wrote about two character traits in my approach to sport that seem especially relevant in the context of becoming a successful entrepreneur. The first was having dreams, […]
If we look at a software engineer’s salary as a journey of many steps, at every step we’ll see that where you are, what you do, what you value most, and when you join the company determines your salary according to recent research by Startup Compass. china journey startup tech thailand value Empirics Asia Member since […]
These are the kinds of employees that you should be wary of; they may affect your startup efficiency. china startup thailand Empirics Asia Member since September 16, 2014 Loading + Follow Following Our content is published by a team of authors & contributors stemming from multidisciplinary backgrounds, experiences, achievements and various expertise.