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.
Happy employees equal happy customers

Why Happy Employees Create Happy Customers

Businesses are bound to crash once their customers are repeatedly turned off by their experiences with the employees to the point they seek alternatives. In order for your company to grow, you have to ensure positive customer experiences are the norm with your staff – not the exception, because happy employees create happy customers. We have all been there at… Read more →

Female Equality In The Workplace

5 Methods To Encourage Female Equality In The Workplace

Despite the strides that have been made to encourage female equality in the workplace, women continue to be paid significantly less than their male coworkers, and female employees are still underrepresented in senior management roles. Employers have a vital role to play in changing the status quo and promoting gender equality in their companies. Gender discrimination comes in different shapes… Read more →

Democratic Leadership

Management Styles: Your Guide to Democratic Leadership

The word democracy means “rule by the people” and it has its roots in ancient Greece where democracy as we have come to know it today started from. The basic idea is that the people hold the power to decide who leads them instead of someone ruling over them, such as in a tyranny or oligarchy. While the modern concept of… Read more →

Manage an emotional employee

Best Strategies to Manage an Emotional Employee

Managers often brush emotional issues aside as are unworthy of their time and attention, but the costs of not dealing with these problems is often far greater. Employees end up focusing less on their work and more on their emotional issues. When an employee can’t control their emotions at work, whether it’s because of problems at home or conflict in… Read more →