Q: How can I structure my company democratically rather than using the traditional command-and-control model?
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Q: How can I promote new ideas within the workplace while also supporting my employees’ personal development?
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Q: How can I embrace everyone's ideas and incorporate them into my company’s decision-making process?
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Q: How can I create a workplace that systemizes work-life balance, furthering the goals of the company while acknowledging individual personal development needs outside of the company as well?
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Q: How should I set up our company’s application and interview methods to ensure I employ the most value driven, hard working and qualified individuals?
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Q: What’s a good way to incorporate my employees into company matters, from decision-making to ownership, regardless of their status or seniority?
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Q: How can we be sure to live our values at work and how will it help make our company more democratic?
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