Despite the potential business benefits of providing feedback, the current format of feedback delivery is failing, both businesses and their employees. The current format for most performance management efforts is annual reviews.
Right now, Americans are leaving their jobs more than ever before. In August of this year, 4.3 million people quit their jobs. The quits rate, measured against total unemployment, rose to a…
The words “distanced,” “isolated,” “separate,” “apart,” and “unnecessary” are now commonly used words in our everyday communication. However, these words don’t have to be a part of how we talk about our companies. Though physically distanced, the yearning for face-to-face collaboration and social interaction doesn’t need to exist while we are working from home. We thought of 4 new ways managers can connect with their team while working remotely.
The single common thing that sets a failing organization from a successful one is when managers consistently make decisions. Successful organizations never make conservative decisions and aren’t afraid of failure. When done correctly, failure can move a company forward.
In recent years, transparency has arisen as an imperative aspect of company culture, and with a global pandemic on our hands, being open and honest has never been so important. There are three significant benefits to a transparent organization. As with anything, there are dangers involved with transparency that leadership must be conscious of and work to prevent. But when management succeeds in creating a more transparent environment, they will be rewarded with a more productive, happier, and profitable organization.