Employee engagement is not simply an “HR” initiative. It is a business imperative to win the war for talent both outside and inside the company.
The New Employee Value Proposition-It’s Not (only) About the MoneyFor every successful for-profit business, there are three essential value propositions: Pre-COVID, new employee expectations were emerging and the EVP was shifting. Instead of simply putting in the work in exchange for a strong salary, good benefits and an annual review, employees at all levels were seeking greater development, work/life integration, ongoing performance conversations, less […]
To build the strongest workplaces and produce the best results, we must eradicate the Peter Principle and put our best performers in positions to succeed.
When it comes to execution, the concept of slowing down doesn’t mean dragging things out or adding a lot of steps. It simply means taking enough time to be intentional in thought.
A focus on tasks AND relationships will help your team members build a stronger foundation and deliver better results.
Experiences are powerful, and thus, being more intentional with them presents a tremendous opportunity for organizations to strengthen their development approach.
Leaders who don’t want a culture of silence must embody openness and transparency.