You need to trust that your team can take care of business and your team needs to trust that you have their back. That trust can be simple: “I trust Bob’s opinion so I’m going to send him my client presentation and ask for his feedback.” To the more delicate: “I don’t understand … [Read more...] about 5 Thoughts On Trust
Greetings from snow covered Richmond, Virginia. Yes that’s right; it snowed here for the second time in as many weeks. I have to tell you I am NOT happy about this. Mr. Remix convinced me to move here based on the fact that “it never snows in the south!” Hmpf. I’m going … [Read more...] about Carnival of HR – Polar Vortex Edition
Today's post is brought to us courtesy of Chris Fields. He is an HR professional and Expert Resume Writer with over 13 years of experience as a former practitioner and current HR consultant. He is the curator of two websites; CostofWork.com andThe ResumeCrusade and … [Read more...] about Dirty South Mashup: Leadership Lessons from Walter White
Glassdoor released its Q3 Employee Confidence Survey this past Friday and the results continue to show growing employee confidence. 15% of surveyed employees are less concerned about being laid off in the next six months, this % hasn’t been recorded since Q4 2008: On top … [Read more...] about Be Afraid: Employee Layoff Fears At the Lowest Level in Five Years
Today I’m thinking about assumptions. I’m thinking about a very common assumption that is in every mission statement or corporate values statement. It is usually a variation of: “Our employees are our most important asset” “We value our employees” “Talent is essential for our … [Read more...] about People Are Critical to Our Success. Really?