No matter what the size of your company or the scope of your industry, employees are the most important part of your business. Employees who feel valued and respected are more likely to feel invested in their work and willing to stay and grow with the company. Make strategic employee development a high management priority,… Read more »
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As a manager and leader in your organization, it is essential that you stay up-to-date on resources and information that will improve your skills and advance in your career. It can be difficult to find time in your busy schedule to take classes and read books for performance improvement, but there is a convenient solution…. Read more »
This headline for an article in the Houston Chronicle on June 9, 2010, caught my attention http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/7043877.html. How can this be when the Gallup Underemployment rate reported on June 3, 2010, is still a whopping 19.1%? Some are leaving for new jobs, but most have no firm offers. Many stayed in jobs during the recession… Read more »
I received an email from McBassi & Company and I downloaded the whitepaper entitled “Human Capital Management Predicts Stock Prices” http://mcbassi.com/blog/2010/06/09/human-capital-management-predicts-stock-prices/ The bottomline is, the stock prices of those companies that provide training and development and career development, human capital management, outperform the competition. Why then in an economic downturn, one of the first areas… Read more »
It goes without saying that strong leadership skills are essential for any successful manager. Defining what makes a good leader is a more difficult task. Our Leading With Credibility course helps managers find their true leadership potential by becoming more honest, forward-looking, competent and inspiring. Since leadership is a continuous journey, keep advancing your… Read more »
“Team building” is often tossed around casually in workplace conversations, but it is more than just a clever business phrase. Creating a cohesive, collaborative team is important in any organization, and it takes leadership and dedication to achieve. In a successful team, individuals are able to set aside their personal motivations to put the… Read more »
Ideally, collaborating with a team of people is an inspiring and productive process. Each person brings his or her own ideas and strengths to the group, and everyone cooperates seamlessly to reach shared goals. Of course, working with a group can also be challenging when you bring together many individuals, often of different generations and… Read more »
We all have our own pet peeves about the behavior of colleagues, employees and managers at work, from the woman who talks on her cell phone in the bathroom stall to the man who constantly forwards cute kitten YouTube videos to the whole staff. Office etiquette can be delicate to navigate, so it… Read more »
Even with four generations in the workforce, there are generally accepted business norms that define professionalism beyond table manners and dress. 1. Business language should use clearly defined business terms in the correct context with meaningful objectives. As millennials countinue to enter the workforce, organizations need to understand styles and their business perspectives. However, “dude”,… Read more »
Reducing your office’s carbon footprint through small, manageable actions can be a smart move in many ways. If you make a commitment to “go green” at work, you protect the environment, create a healthier workplace for employees and save your organization money over time. As part of your employee development foster a culture of… Read more »
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