Bonuses: Are You Motivating Enough People?
How does your company handle incentives and bonuses? Just for salespeople and top executives? Do you see the value of using bonuses to incentivize a wider swath of employees?
Succession Plans Succeeding? Knowledge Capture May Be Needed
Do you try to capture the knowledge of exiting executives? How do you do this?
Is Your Office Suspiciously Like High School?
How do you help create a sense of friendly openness across your company? How can trainers and Human Resource managers best accomplish this?
Telecommuting: Are You “Working” From Home?
Do you offer flexible work-life options including the ability to telecommute from an online work portal, or other system? How do you ensure these options don’t affect work quality and productivity?
Hard Truths About Soft Skills
How do you ensure your managers understand the importance of both hard and soft skills, and are able to recruit and develop employees accordingly?
Ready to Attract Millennial Talent?
Their focus on having a fulfilling life outside of the office means younger workers will be most drawn to companies that enable flexibility.
Does your company see the progress of more women into the top levels of your organization as a priority? How important is creating a balanced executive team?
Join the Conversation: Could Greater Use of E-Mail Help?
What if a meeting to generate new ideas began two to three weeks in advance with an e-mail to participants asking that they submit their top three ideas a few days before the meeting?
Stress Management 101
Stress management is a key to successful management of employees, so it seems only natural that companies would have stress management programming or discussion as part of leadership development and new manager training. But that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Questioning the Questioner
Rather than think of the job interview as a game of “gotcha,” it would benefit companies to train managers to put applicants at ease with meaningful questions.