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.
encourage honest and open communication

Proven Ways to Encourage Open Communication in the Workplace

Most organisations today espouse a culture of honest and open communication, but it’s not enough to simply say the words or name them as a corporate value. You have to walk the talk if you truly want managers and employees to share ideas and opinions. Many employees are reluctant to disagree with their company’s leadership and management out of fear… Read more →

Culture Building Tips for Fast Growing Teams

Culture Building Tips for Fast Growing Teams

In the beginning, all that matters (or should matter) is building a great product. However, as your company grows rapidly, culture starts to exert its powerful effect on employees by steering them to act or to behave in a certain way when the path is otherwise unclear. Growth is always great for business owners but can sometimes be unpleasant for… Read more →

Manage employee expectations

How Great Leaders Manage Employee Expectations

Do you know what your employees expect of their jobs, their manager, or the business as a whole? And if you do know (or think you know), are you doing anything in your leadership position within the organisation to actively manage employee expectations? Employee expectations are often a major headache for managers, especially those with the old-fashioned mindset that employees… Read more →

Great employee performance reviews

How to Run a Great Annual Performance Review in Six Proven Steps

For many employees, the annual performance review is the most stressful work conversation they will have all year. For managers, this meeting is just as tense. How should you, as a manager, go about conducting an effective annual performance review? Employees all over the world dread the annual performance review. They often look to this yearly evaluation with anxiety, annoyance… Read more →