Learn how to keep the spirit and your employee’s passion.
By Sylvia Morgenstern (Change Manager at wefox)
The people you started the company with and who guided you through the critical path to success will need and deserve a clear understanding on why the company has to transition from where it stands today.
It is almost certain that a lot of the things that are changing will not be favored by your peers.
Here are a couple of questions that may hit your employee’s mind:
By Fabian Wesemann, founder and Group chief finance officer — wefox Group
I started my career in investment banking and worked for Deutsche Bank for nearly four years — “living the dream” as we called it because the standard working hours were 9am-3am on a near daily basis.
Although I worked with a great team and learned a lot about financial modelling and project management (yippee, I hear you shout!), the content outside of deal-making could sometimes get quite pedestrian. I guess you could say that I was starting to ask if this was my lot in life.
After almost four years in banking I reached a point in my career when I needed to decide whether climbing the corporate ladder was for me or seek something new and the world of start-up intrigued me. …