Business Tips: Why "Employee First" Businesses Will Win in the Next Decade

Business Tips: Why "Employee First" Businesses Will Win in the Next Decade

Awesome Tip: Why "Employee First" Businesses Will Win in the Next Decade

The foundation of any successful business is content and motivated employees. Too many business owners put their clients, their customers, and themselves over the well-being of their employees, and it’s a huge mistake. Gary sat down with Arthur Blank to talk about running a business with kindness, empathy, and an “employee-first” culture. Arthur is an American businessman and a co-founder of The Home Depot. He also has a new book out around the themes discussed in the video called “Good Company”. Gary and Arthur also talk about the people confusing competitiveness with unkindness, coaching a sports team versus operating a business, the impacts of social media on community and more… Enjoy!

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33 Replies to “Business Tips: Why "Employee First" Businesses Will Win in the Next Decade”

  1. "Employee's first" is just as bad as putting customers on a pedestal. Your just going to create a bunch of Karen's on the other side of the counter. Some countries in Europe have already figured out treating everyone equally is the key to long term economic success. People need to be treated like people, shifting the power dynamic to favor any one side just leads to entitlement and complaining. When you treat people with respect and treat yourself with respect no one walks away cheated.

  2. Financial results and having purpose in life, of which you have to understand people are striving for more purpose. Competitive nature focused towards positive thinking leads to social integration and supporting allies. @GaryVee having been through your environment, how do you notice a creative mind when you see one?

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  4. like how he says "we" when he describes his achievements in the beginning. really shows how he views his success as being a result of the community around him. -austin (instagram: austin__da1)

  5. This is what separates Vee from your typical magnate, RESPECT and EMPATHY. People appreciate these things, no one wants to feel disposable. I once called him out on something, just a random dude on the internet, he responded and with great humility.

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