Prioritization Process

Let Your Employees Fail.

That’s right.  Let them fail.

Why let them fail?  If you let them fail, then you gave them what’s equally important –  an opportunity to succeed,  innovate and contribute in a meaningful way.

And they will succeed.  Though often after they fail, after they learn, after they see you support their efforts.

You may wince a bit. You may even l Read more >

Firing an Employee – How to communicate to employees who are left


Nobody likes it.  Obviously not the person being fired.  Nor the manager who has to do the dirty work.  But don’t forget all the remaining employees – those who worked with the individual day in and day out for who knows how long.  And then even the employees who may have not known the individual but feel a sense of sadness nonetheless to Read more >

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