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Justin Timberlake’s Voting Booth Selfie -4 Lessons for Entrepreneurs — 17 Comments

  1. Wow I didn’t know about that, I’ve got to check it out! But this totally needs to be discussed!

  2. Such an important thing that needs to be addressed. It seems like younger employees, with social media all around, have a lot more potential ways to get themselves in trouble if they don’t know & follow company rules than back in the pre-social media era.

  3. JT voting booth? so cool! Great reminders for entrepreneurs!

  4. I think this article should be required reading for every manager/boss -when there is transparency on the part of the boss and a real incorporation of the employee in procedure– it will go a long way in gaining that employee’s trust and his/her allegiance to the company!

  5. These are all great! I don’t really know a lot about entrepreneur. This is a great reminder!

  6. Great reminders! I think it is important to have your employees know the company rules when they start.

  7. Having the rules in writing and accessible to employees is important. I’ve seen people arguing over rules before and they didn’t have access to them in writing. It all came down to heresay.

  8. Being an entrepreneur has been a lot of lessons and hard work for me this year. Love your insight on things like this… very inspiring! I need to check out JT’s voting booth selfie. I love him!

  9. I didn’t see the voting booth selfie, so I first need to google that. Then I’ll have some context for the post. It would make a great intro to the conversation.

  10. Actually, this is something that really needs to be addressed. I’ve had jobs where the expectations were so buried in the rules and regs that it was impossible to observe them all, just for the sake that they were too hard to find. Keeping expectations clear and simple seems to be the proper approach to insuring compliance.

  11. It was definitely good going annoying what expectations are. As an entrepreneur sometimes you forget that’s because you really don’t think of yourself as the boss, but you do need to act like one when you have employees.

  12. This is an excellent reminder. All too often, people have the best intentions. As leaders we have to let our teams know what the expectations are and how to gather information once they have questions.

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