ID-10015349Your workplace needs a great leader. They don't require an employer or a manager; they require someone to whom they can turn when something isn't really working.

Don't Take Anyone For Granted - Anyone
Every single person that will ever work for you will have walked long, hard roads and made a life for themself. There is not a single person the world that doesn't have valuable truth, experience, and wisdom. Underestimating an employee because they haven't risen in the ranks as fast as other employees is a huge mistake. They have valuable opinions and insight much like every other staff member. Constantly include each of your workers in everything that the rest of the team does.
Use Fear to Your Advantage
You may not make enough in a week to pay all of your workers and yourself. Instead of shying away from that, welcome it, and utilize it as inspiration to change your business opportunity or practices for the better so you can turn everything around before it's too late.
Creative Stress is a Good Thing
When the word "tension" is used in business, it's usually used to indicate something negative. However, stressing your staff members in the right way can encourage vital and initial concepts to surface. Shake things up a little, and approach an issue from a various angle. Encourage your employees to offer criticism and input on how they would do things if they were in charge.