Tag: Leadership and Management
“I can’t wait to complete my annual performance evaluation form and have that meeting with my manager. It’s incredibly motivating to rehash events that happened up to twelve months ago and discuss my shortcomings, mistakes, and accomplishments,” said no employee ever.
“I am so much looking forward to
If I could choose one skillset that I have not mastered yet in my career so far, it would be office politics. I dislike politics for so many reasons: the manipulation, butt-kissing, stealing credit, publicly pointing out others’ inadequacies, favoritism, and so on can be hard to watch. Yet, I
You are working nights and weekends. You are regularly behind by at least 100 e-mails in your inbox. Your desk is a mess. Your day is spent running from one meeting to the next and getting nothing accomplished. You feel like there is never enough time to get all your
Over the years, I have been fortunate to report to a variety of functions including the CEO, VP of HR, HR Director, and HR Managers.
When I apply to new jobs, I am always curious to know who the hiring manager is. I take pause if the hiring manager works
At some point in your career, you’ve more than likely been asked to participate in an employee survey. Organizations conduct these surveys for different reasons:
• To ask for feedback and get a “pulse” on employee satisfaction and engagement
• To instill an open-door policy where feedback and transparency is welcomed