As the founder of an early stage startup, what do you do to build, or in the worst case scenario, to save your company culture?
(I’m highlighting it because this is a very important but often an overlooked question.)
Alex Turnbull, the CEO & Founder of Groove, has the most effective and actionable answer to this question: just do one-on-one meetings with every employee. I’ve been there and couldn’t agree more.
Don’t have time for that? Trust Alex, and make time.
One-on-one meetings take a lot of time, and the investment increases as you grow…But it’s worth it.
In his detailed blog post, Alex tells his own story about the changes such one-on-one meetings brought to his business. What’s more, he has some practical tips for better one-on-ones. Go and CheckItOut!
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