Work culture is changing more and more as millennials are becoming amazingly successful entrepreneurs before they even graduate, offices are adding plush neon-colored bean bag chairs for comfort and working from home is the new cubicle. It can be difficult for a CEO to keep up with all the changes in work culture. I could list a million different ways to stay afloat of this wave, but there’s only one that matters. Take the back seat. I know, crazy right? How can anyone expect the CEO to take a back seat and let their employees lead? Well, believe it or not, it can take a huge load off you as a CEO.

Your employees have eyes and ears where you don’t. When it comes to new ideas, you should encourage your employees to speak up. This benefits both parties involved. It gives employees the feeling of empowerment, inclusion and belonging. Your employees have various backgrounds and come from all walks of life meaning many of them have fresh, new perspectives that could take your business to the next level. Lastly, it takes away for your workload. So instead of trying to figure out what aesthetically-pleasing plant to put in that empty corner, you can focus on more important things.


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