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.
communication in the workplace

How to Improve Communication in the Workplace

How would we ever get anything done in life without communication? It lets us know what to do, how to do it and if we are doing it at the right time. Communication in the workplace greases the wheels of the office machine and keeps it running smoothly. Let’s start by briefly looking at the four main types of communication… Read more →

Signs of a toxic work culture

7 Concerning Signs of a Toxic Work Culture

A toxic work culture is one where the workplace is plagued by fighting, drama and unhappy employees to the point that productivity and the well-being of the people in the office is affected. Below we discuss seven major signs to look out for in your workplace. As a leader, you must prioritise the development of a good work culture. It… Read more →

Simple Ways to Improve Employee Relations

Five Powerful yet Simple Ways to Improve Employee Relations

For you to run a successful business, you have to pay attention to your employees. By making them feel valued and resolving their concerns fairly, you will turn employees into the first and best ambassadors for your company. Here are five powerful yet simple ways to improve employee relations. Employee relations specifically refer to efforts by the company to manage… Read more →

qualities of an autocratic leader

Your Guide to the Autocratic Leadership Style

Mention of autocratic leadership tends to conjure up images of ruthless dictators and authoritarians. While a good part of the masses looks down upon it, this kind of leadership is very much prevalent in many corporations and institutions. This points to the advantages it has that outweigh any perceived disadvantages. The word autocratic is derived from the Greek ‘auto’ which… Read more →