By Tom McKaskill and Michelle Hammond Thursday, 05 April 2012
Failure rates for early-stage ventures are reasonably high, but most fail because they lack the fundamentals of a good business. This includes people management.
In order to transform your start-up into a world-class company, you need to inspire your staff to share in your vision. As the saying goes, you’re only as good as the people around you.
This may sound relatively easy to achieve – you’ve got a great idea, so what’s not to get excited about? But in reality, staff expect more from their leader than passion.
They expect consistency, direction, fairness, and the list goes on.
Dr Tom McKaskill is a professor of entrepreneurship and has spent many years as a mentor and coach to a wide range of business ventures. Here are his top tips for managing people. CLICK HERE!
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