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.
consultative leadership

Management Guide to the Consultative Leadership Style

Consultative leadership entails asking key people for their thoughts and allowing them time to process the problem and solve for what they feel was the best possible solution. It assumes the individuals involved are more adapt at making best possible decisions. Consultative leadership is about developing the ability to influence people rather than impose on them your authority, engaging subordinates… Read more →

build trust with employees

How to Build Trust with Employees and Colleagues

We spend a third of our days at work on average. This work environment can either enhance or diminish employee morale and productivity in your company. Learning how to build trust with employees can improve productivity, engagement, and confidence. Trust in any organisation works on three levels: at a company level in terms of culture, at a team level in… Read more →

How to have effective meetings

How to Have More Effective Meetings [6 Proven Steps]

The meeting that drags on and on; the meeting where everyone sits fidgeting with their smartphones; the one where just about every attendee is wondering why they even showed up. These are far too common. Here’s how to have more effective meetings. Meetings fill an increasing number of hours in the workday, and yet most employees consider them a waste… Read more →

Merge teams successfully

10 Practical Ways to Merge Teams Successfully

When projects are consolidated, teams have to be merged. This is can lead to an explosion of improvements and new ideas but if done wrong, it can plunge your productivity and drive away your best employees. Here are ten practical steps a manager can take to merge teams successfully within an organisation. Company mergers are rare enough that most corporate… Read more →