The company believes that if its workforce is provided with the correct incentives via its business development opportunities, they will, in turn, perform better in the field.
MANCHESTER, England (PRWEB) December 20, 2017
The firm rests on two pillars: sales and the development of ambitious young professionals. The company believes that if its workforce is provided with the correct incentives via its business development opportunities, they will, in turn, perform better in the field. One part of this approach focuses on preparing each contractor for their time as an entrepreneur, and this week Havoc has been focusing on the three relationships every entrepreneur needs to build to succeed. The firm outlined the relationships as follows:
1) The mentor
A startup owner needs someone who they can call on, someone who has navigated similar hurdles in their career. The firm asks contractors to look for individuals who exhibit the traits they covet and then ask him or her to invest in them as a mentor. The company believes that if contractors engage once a month at a minimum, this will keep them on the right path, especially if their mentor operates in the same field.
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2) The support
Everyone always needs someone who is consistently vouching for them and providing consistent appraisal when they do something good. Having consistent support at all times is necessary, even when mistakes are made to ensure that a positive mentality is maintained.
3) The foxhole buddy
Havoc define this as someone you can count on day in day out. The firm believes that in any business everyone needs a partner or equal whose skills compliment their own. The firm looks to the relationship of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. While Wozniak was the mastermind behind the tech giants original offerings, Jobs futurist mindset pushed the company into the modern era. The firm asks contractors to find their “yin" to their “yang” and make sure they are both headed toward the same goal.
Havoc firmly believe that each of these relationships will blossom when contractors are ready to take on entrepreneurship and start their own companies. However, the firm wants its workforce to understand, moving into the future, that they will have to look to build these relationships if they are intent on generating a successful startup.