Josh Verne has over twenty years of experience in management and building companies from scratch. His vision and acumen reflect a management style that gets things done through others because he has done this, so it is evident that his management style gets results.
Verne is known throughout business circles as the CEO of Flocku.com, a college based informational forum that caters to students and millennials.
In his latest venture, knowledgeformen.com, Verne sets forth the principles that have helped him to become successful in a managerial capacity. A manager who forces his employees to respect him or her is missing the boat, as leadership is earned through exhibiting results, which in turn, creates respect.
Another attribute that is vital for management, according to Josh Verne is to be a good listener. Employees have good ideas, and it is a good practice for a manager to listen much, and speak less.
Learning how to lead a balanced life is very important for men, and especially men who are in leadership positions. Just chasing the money or positions in life can lead to a very unbalanced situation in other areas. By the same token, a man’s family life and what is involved there can be perfect, but if the man is not earning enough in the way of income, his family will suffer.
It is good for a man to be realistic regarding his situation in all areas and decide what he needs to work on to bring out the best in all sectors. Time allocation is one of the keys to this dilemma which is sometimes difficult to measure, but putting things down on paper is a great help in this area.
One huge factor for men and their relation to everything around them is to determine what they are passionate about, and then find the keys to pursuing that passion. Verne states that there are very few successful people who lack passion for what they do. If a man does not have a passionate goal that “puts fire in his belly” he will not get too far in any endeavor.
Passion and purpose are what drives a successful man, and that is contagious to those around him, states Verne.