Organizational and financial growth is exciting and inspiring, but it can also quickly become overwhelming. I've learned that the best way to mitigate that overwhelm is with a healthy and active pipeline of future leaders and managers in your organization.
This article originally appeared on Forbes.com.
The process for getting a raise at my company used to be super easy, until I learned that most people didn’t know what it was, and if they did, they were terrified.
It was 2013. My then 11-year-old company, Up&Up, had plateaued. I was frustrated to say the least. Who was doing this? Why was this happening to me? I scrutinized employees, sales, clients — everybody but me. Until finally, one day, I had the sudden realization: “The problem is me...isn’t it?”
"There is no more effective way to empower people than to see each person in terms of his or her strengths."
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