Last Updated on 5 months What do you think about a good staff? How do you manage the worst staff? If your staff has a happy mindset and you manage them happily, it is easy to achieve productivity and goals.
Bill Gates pays bonuses for making mistakes. It’s true. Gates does this to encourage creativity and imagination. He knows good people will make honest mistakes, and he doesn’t want them to become apprehensive and timid about making decisions.
Remember, Your Business is nothing but a family where you make your family members happy. If they are happy because of your good management, they stand for your good fortune.
4 Rules to keeping good staff [Keeping them happy]
- Pay your people good money, They will do anything.
- Never Reprimand.
- Train one or more employees for your Job.
- Never make decisions for your Employees.
1. Pay your people Good money, They will do Anything.
They arrive early, make your work personal, pay first loyalty, and more if you pay them good money. Pay them high of what they think.
Remember, you don’t need to treat bad them when they did any mistake. You just need to ask some questions relate to the problem and their solutions. Ask questions honestly and give them respect. Remember, one small thing can help you a lot.
As Napoleon Hill said in his classic, Think and Grow Rich, after some 20 years of interviewing the 500 richest men in the world, “The financial motive must prevail” above all. It was true 80 or 90 years ago, and it’s true now.
2. Never Reprimand.
As Den Pena says, I try not to even criticize my people in private. Instead, after I’ve cooled down enough so I won’t rip their heads off, I invite them in, close the door, and in my gentlest fatherly voice ask them questions about their mistake that almost cost me my castle.
- What was your reasoning behind taking this action?
- What happened as a result of that action that was not in our best interests?
- What action would you take next time, given the same circumstances?
But more importantly, if employees know they’ll be reprimanded for mistakes, and especially humiliated, they will never get out of their own box. They’ll never expand their comfort zone. I think you must read this all the book before starting a a business or managing your employees.
3. Train one or more employees for your Job.
You have to train others to do what you are doing, so together you can get to more deals.
Remember, sharing is an enlarging branch of a tree. So train your first two or three employees, will help you to catch bigger fishes.
4. Never make decisions for your Employees.
Once you give them the information they need, allow them to make their own decisions. At the same time, give them the responsibility and authority to implement their own actions. Give them chances to make mistakes from which they can learn.
Your employees must grow as your company grows. It is far preferable to have the same number of enthusiastic, capable employees handling more jobs than it is to hire, say, seven more people to handle Seven new tasks.
How you present new challenges will determine how quickly they learn. You can tell them how to do a job, and they’ll forget. You can show them how to do it, and they may still forget. But if you involve them in the process, they’ll understand,
remember and grow.
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You can use those four rules to make happy your employees and make your fortune. These are the laws, I would like also called manipulation rules.
What rules do you wanna try today? In the comment-box, I waiting for you.