Gerald Ainomugisha

Gerald is a freelance writer with a pen that is keen for entrepreneurship, business and technology. When he isn't writing insightful articles on employee engagement and corporate culture, Gerald can be found writing for a number of media outlets.
8 Very Effective Staff Conflict Resolution Strategies

8 Very Effective Staff Conflict Resolution Strategies

Put a group of employees from different back grounds together and add the everyday stresses of work and you are bound to have conflict. Businesses that embrace staff conflict resolution strategies will be able address it without a disruption to the work. According to Kirchoff and Adams (1982), conflict can arise through four conditions; High stress environments Ambiguous roles and… Read more →

What Is a Training Plan and Why Your Team Needs One

What Is a Training Plan and Why Your Team Needs One

At the corner stone of success in any field, is learning. To ensure that there is continuous learning in an organisation, managers need to prioritise training for employees, right from junior staff to the CEO. To get training right, there is need for a training plan. A training plan contains all the details of a proposed training program. It will… Read more →

Proven Methods to Encourage Peer-to-Peer Recognition

Proven Methods to Encourage Peer-to-Peer Recognition

Being acknowledged for doing something well feels good. In the work place, appreciation can lead to a reduction in turnover and all round happier employees. However, a thank you in the workplace doesn’t only need to come from the boss, it can come courtesy of peer-to-peer recognition. This is appreciation offered between colleagues. This recognition can be as simple as… Read more →

Top 8 Reasons Why Employees Are Quitting Their Jobs in 2021

Top 8 Reasons Why Employees Are Quitting Their Jobs This Year

This has been a big year for change in the employment sector. Let’s discuss why employees are quitting their jobs. A big part of it is as a result of the pandemic. In the weeks and months that employees were stuck at home, they were forced to think deeply about their work lives and what they actually want. The result?… Read more →