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.
How to fire someone

How to Fire Someone Nicely and with Empathy

Some employment relationships simply don’t work out well – sometimes firing an employee is the best choice for your organisation and most compassionate course of action you can take for the employee’s career. However, many managers dread firing employees simply because of how uncomfortable it is. Even when terminating a certain employee’s employment is urgently necessary for the safety and… Read more →

Change Management Strategies That Work

3 Examples of Change Management Strategies That Work

Organisational change is absolutely necessary for any company looking to evolve with the times and keep up with the competition. Below, we discuss the change management strategies that work for leaders and their teams. Human beings are naturally creatures of habit and when change snatches us out of this comfort zone, it affects us to our very cores, throwing our… Read more →

What are OKR's?

What Are OKR’s And How Do They Work?

In the majority of companies, the CEO’s harp on about the vision that they have for the business. However, this vision is an abstract entity that needs to be put into action. The onus, therefore, lies on the individuals on the lower rungs of the organisational hierarchy to come up with actual executables to turn the vision into reality. Enter… Read more →

Employee opinion surveys

Why Conduct Employee Opinion Surveys? (8 Solid Reasons)

Getting organisations to conduct an employee opinion survey can be tricky. There always seems to be something else that is more “pressing” to pay attention to. In this article, we discuss why employee opinion surveys are worth investing your time and money in. As an organisation, your biggest asset is your workforce: people are the backbone of any organisation – not… Read more →