Welcome to The Workbooth Magazine


The Community of Learners

The One-Sided Story of Entrepreneurship

IT’S A TRAP! Moving from Paid Employment to Self- Employment

My Post COVID-19 Digital Notes To Entrepreneurs

The Value of Entrepreneurial Education

The Marketplace War (What Every Start-up Should Know)

Translating your Eureka to an Enterprise

Embracing Coworking Spaces: A Covid-19 Survival Strategy

Licking Soup Series…

Working from home, the lows and highs from the perspective of a working mum

The Employee, The Side Hustle, And The Workplace

Demystifying Target

Things You’d Wish You Knew Before Becoming An Entrepreneur

Humans vs Robots: Technological Advancement or Human Replacement?

Digital Revolution in Africa

Running a Business in Uncertain Times

The Entertainer

The Student

The Doctor

The Banker

What’s soft got to do with it?

Expert’s Advice

The Pursuit of Superior Performance in the Age of Chaos

Come And Read My Big Enterprise Story

Your Dreams Are Valid

How Much Would You Need in Retirement?

What is Ghostwriting and Who is a Ghostwriter?

Developing a Growth Mindset

Advice For Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Editorial Summary:


EVENTS

Takeaways

The key highlights of this edition include the following:

  • At the center of every successful business, company, organization, community, and nation are its people – they are the connecting threads to the strategies, missions, objectives, vision, aspirations, relevance and impact. This is why the first edition of The WorkBooth Magazine is people-centric.
  • Organizations must demonstrate care to their employees in order to unleash their commitment. Their commitment enables their competence.
  • There is generally a low level of awareness on mental health in the workplace as less than 50% of the respondent claimed there is an awareness about the subject. This may be as a result of the frequency as 36% said communication is done annually to the effect while 77% are of the view that there is no structured support system in place for help dealing with such issues. Close to 80% expect their organizations to do more with respect to Mental Health issues. 44% said they are more comfortable confiding in a family member than a professional.
  • There is a business imperative in driving diversity in the workplace; however, there is a recent research suggesting that rather than just training, mentoring has proven to be a more effective strategy for addressing line management biases.
  • Effective managers deposit into the Emotional Bank Account of their teams in order to lead with compassion.

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