With the end of financial year fast approaching, one common question on managers’ minds is often “what is the purpose of doing performance reviews when I have so many more important things to do?” Continue Reading
In the last 10-15 years, coaching has been one of the fastest growing industries in the world.
There are many reasons for this. The most compelling one in my mind is that the development is 100% targetted to the individual. It is no longer enough to send a rising star to a ‘leadership development training program’. Continue Reading
Are you at all worried about losing your top talent to another business? According to a recent Hudson’s Employee survey, 70% of employees surveyed are considering changing jobs in 2012. Continue Reading
The road to selecting the ‘right’ people to join our businesses is fraught with danger and can result in consequences that effect entire teams. Even if the damage were limited to having to repeat the recruitment process, Continue Reading
For the first time in many managers’ working lives, Veterans, Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y – are working side by side. To maintain profitability and stability, managers must take some steps toward adjusting their style to be effective across these four distinct generations. Continue Reading