Many companies feel like once their new hire accepts their offer, the company’s work is done. And now it is up to the them to prove their worth and gratitude. Yet, when your new hire accepts your offer is when your work begins, not ends. Yes, an offer needs to be appreciated, but that is
🤷🏻♀️What about their journey? Many organizations put a tremendous focus on their customer or client journey. This focus on who you serve is important, of course. Yet there is another journey deserving the same level of attention. That is the journey of your employee. 👍Now is a wonderful time for companies and leaders to innovate
🚨Are you paying attention? As a leader you are getting feedback all the time. Sometimes that feedback is verbal. Much more often that feedback is non-verbal. Aside from being non-verbal, it is also indirect. This means you have to be more aware of what is happening than anyone else.
“I knew the employee wasn’t going to work out.” I have lost count of how many times I have heard managers and supervisors say this to me. When they do I respond with – “Really? When do you know that and how did you treat them afterward?” 🤔Stop and think for a moment. You “knowing”
And then what? Something happened – You didn’t get the promotion. Your team didn’t hit the project deadline. Your company missed the goal this quarter. 💥You took the first step, which is the hardest step for the majority of leaders – personal accountability. This is huge, yet it is not the end of the story.
This is a big question many managers and supervisors avoid answering with any type of clarity. The reason for dodging the question – they do not have a confident answer. If you can relate to this, I have good news, there is a silver lining to not having an answer. The silver lining means you
🙋🏻♀️What does it really mean? 🤔Think for a moment about the meaning you assign to words, events, and experiences. Then think about how that meaning impacts what comes next. So many leaders let the meaning one interaction dictate the rest of their interactions that day, month, year. 😏They take compliments to their head. 💔They take
It is time to start firing-up your hiring for 2020. Hiring this year has more variables to be aware of and prepare than 2019 had for employers. Some variables are going to give you new insights and deeper value, others will be new twists on key parts of the process. The goal of this article
🤔Which one do you choose? There is an on-going battle for your energy and attention. The battle is choosing comparison or choosing gratitude. The message you get is to compare what you have and who you are, to what others have and who they are. This message to choose “either/or” steals your joy.
Have you done this yet? The traditional way most job ads are posted and accessed is on a laptop or desktop computer. Yet, just because it is the traditional way does not mean it is still the best way. One thing you may want to do as you review and update your hiring process for