Have you considered making a career change? Or wanted to pick up a new skill, but are unsure where to…
Think about your organization's learning culture. What are you doing to cultivate an experience that delivers the best outcome for all employees. If you are limiting their options, it's quite possible that some of your employees are now working somewhere else!
When you look back on your accomplishments, is there anything you’d do differently? Treat every experience as a stepping stone in your personal development.
Have the events of the last couple of years gotten to a point where organizations are changing their new hire selection criteria? Much is being discussed about Power Skills. How are these ‘soft skills’ influencing your hiring decisions?
Personality is a complex topic - impacted by many factors. Increasing your self-awareness can help you adjust your response to stressful situations. And by gaining insight into your team’s unique traits, you can become a more empathetic leader.
Succession plans can provide peace of mind about the organization’s current and future talent pool, help plan for operational activities, and stay aligned with strategic objectives. When executed correctly, they can help organizations focus on short, mid, and long-term workforce planning strategies.
Software development has evolved to be agile, where people are the center, and solutions are constantly evaluated based on feedback and a constantly evolving cultural landscape. Why should our performance management processes be any different?
Never underestimate the positive effect of 1:1 meetings. Regular 1:1’s between managers and employees provide an opportunity for open, meaningful dialogue. In addition to bolstering engagement, they can also provide an early warning that an employee may be on their way out.
High performing teams fuel organizational success. Rethink how you are building your teams and supporting individual team members in the new world of hybrid work.
Failure is proof that you’re trying and reaching for something greater than yourself. Stop making success the objective and realize that the value we generate in our lives and careers has less to do with achieving wild success and more to do with the knowledge and experience we gain over time.