Letting a team member go is hard on everyone involved. Think about the time and expense of the search, the hire, and the training, only to find the person isn’t working out. Then come the agony of firing — and the prospect of starting the whole process over again.
There are certain underpinnings and values every company operates with that determine the quality of their office culture and the relationships team members share.
It’s so easy to take our teams for granted—especially when we’re pushing toward big goals and driving for results.
Have you experienced burnout or seen it drag down your team? As defined by the Oxford English Dictionary, burnout is a physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress.
“What’s my growth path?” is a common refrain I hear from team members. It’s also a question most business owners struggle to answer.