As the U.S. continues opening up after the pandemic’s multiple waves, it’s likely that there will be surges in turnover even as many employers need more staff, not less. Research from Eagle Hill Consulting suggests... Continue reading
During our Zoom meeting last week, a client was worrying about how little attention he’s given to the formal development of his team members in the last year. He wants them to progress, and he... Continue reading
This post originally appeared on Forbes. From time to time, clients ask me to help them benchmark their culture and business processes against other companies. Sometimes it’s possible to compare processes, particularly if the activities... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on hbr.org. As the pandemic continues, there are growing tensions at organizations where employees who have been working from home are now expected to come into reopened offices. Many knowledge workers —... Continue reading
As a consultant and executive coach, I try to listen very carefully to what people are saying. I listen to understand their concerns, gain deeper insights into who they are as individuals, and find the... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on Forbes. It’s terribly hard for most people to raise crucial disagreements at work, even though staying silent can mean we miss production deadlines, misunderstand customers’ requirements and stifle creativity because no one... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on Forbes. HR leaders have a tough job: They have to make and enforce rules that protect the organization, while simultaneously supporting employees as people. These responsibilities can often be in conflict,... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on The European Financial Review. Boards and executive teams may lament the lack of a succession plan for the business, but struggle to find the time or approaches that will ensure... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on Entrepreneur.com. A common refrain I hear from business leaders is, “We hire them, we train them and then they leave!” Those leaders are referring to millennials, who have been a management... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on hbr.org. Sometimes it happens that a candidate who had the right credentials, seemed to fly through the interview process, and had lovely references turns out to be an unexpected problem... Continue reading
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