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 Clever Ways to Welcome New Staff to the Team

8 Clever Ways to Welcome New Staff to the Team

Getting the right employee for your business costs time and money. And after searching for, interviewing and hiring the right one, don’t risk losing them with a poor welcome. How well staff are received can directly affect productivity, morale and retention so it is important to welcome new staff in the right way. First impressions do matter so the welcome… Read more →

How to Implement a Buddy System in the Workplace

How to Implement a Buddy System in the Workplace

Starting out at a new job can be challenging for anyone. It takes time to learn the how’s and what’s of the organisation and it is not possible to ask a manager everything. The support of an employee who has been with the organisation for a while can be very helpful. A buddy system, where a new employee is paired… Read more →

7 Surprising Methods to Ensure Team Success

7 Surprising Methods to Ensure Team Success

The saying, ‘The whole is greater than the sum of its parts’ can directly apply to teams and lead to their success, but only if leaders take careful management steps. Here are a number of surprising methods you can lean on to ensure team success. Use individuals’ natural skills and talents to the team’s advantage A team will likely bring… Read more →

How to Successfully Manage Upwards

How to Successfully Manage Upwards

An employee should learn how to manage upwards, so they can navigate the relationship with their boss in order to make themselves an indispensable resource and get ahead in their career. To be able to manage upwards means going above and beyond assigned roles to include those that will ease the boss’s work. Managing upwards shows initiative, desire and ability… Read more →