With holiday ads and Mariah Carey tunes the world is telling you that the New Year is around the corner! NOW is the time to start thinking about your annual kick-off meeting to energize and focus your team for 2023. A little thought and planning before the end of this year can make a tangible […]
I have learned a lot about the role of HR in recession, cost-cutting and other organizational impacts over the years. This is the second of a two-part article on the role of HR during hard economic times. It is especially for those in HR who might be facing a recession for the first time in […]
I have learned a lot about the role of HR in recession, cost-cutting and other organizational impacts over the years. This two-part article is especially for those in HR facing a recession for the first time in their careers. While it covers several key topics, it is not exhaustive. I’m looking forward to hearing from […]
Millions of people left their jobs in 2021 during the “Great Resignation”. A decades-old quote on happiness gives us some new insights! Companies can leverage these learnings to gain from the Great Attraction!
NOW is the time to start thinking about your annual kick-off meeting to energize and focus your team for 2022. A little thought and planning before the end of this year can make a tangible impact on your team for next year and help make sure you don’t find yourself in a squeeze during the holidays.
“Trust but verify.” This quote made famous by Ronald Reagan when discussing nuclear disarmament. It raises the age-old question, is trust given or is it earned? In practice it is both. One person takes the risk of trusting someone else, while the other proves out whether they are trustworthy or not. Charles H. Green co-wrote […]
Change Management holds the key to holding on to the parts of the past that help, and letting go of the things that don’t.
Team building is an essential part of creating and maintaining a high performing team. The chosen activity can make or break the experience!
Succeed in your next hybrid meeting (mix of in-person and virtual participants) by treating everything and everyone as if they were virtual.
Understanding differences in needs and values is a key step in constructive conflict.