Category Work and Career
Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. That’s why the work of advancing the HR profession through the success of its students is so important.
Here are five reads that stuck with me over the last month or so.
Here is advice for “Finding Your Tribe” from some of the amazing people I am lucky enough to call friends and members of MY TRIBE.
In this post, I work through five phases of planning, preparation, and execution that will benefit conference goers of all levels of experience.
Here are 5 articles that have me thinking…
Sometimes people aren’t ready to start planning until they can’t continue doing things the way they have always been done.
A good coach knows your strengths. A good coach knows your weaknesses. They know when focusing on one and not the other will make all the difference.
Organizations have to match talk with action to get results.
When people feel that they have to assert their value as an individual, they are telling you that they are more than a set of assumptions. They are telling you that they don’t feel heard or understood.
Success at this level enables leaders to tout achievements at an organizational level, while employees feel burned out and maybe even taken advantage of in the process.
My advice is simple: Stop and THINK about what you are doing.
If you want to bring about moans and groans about your meetings, consistently start them late and consistently end them late.
Your employees don’t need a pep talk.
What they need, are clear expectations and consistent, actionable feedback.
Pep talks are easy. Providing expectations and feedback is hard.
If you ever have to be the person to awkwardly tell someone to “hang in there” don’t hesitate to do so.
Sometimes, we all need to be reminded that not every customer will be like the last.