Succession planning is a talent and organizational improvement initiative that enables your business or organization to grow and thrive now and in the future.
So said Rhett (Clark Gable) to Scarlett in ‘Gone with the Wind’ in 1939. And this line was voted the number one movie line of all time by the American Film Institute in 2005. One reason for its infamy was that it contained a swear word – just about unheard of in a movie or […]
The more employers understand Gen Y’s (those born from 1977 to 1995) perspective, the easier it is to identify the strategies and actions that can transform us into high-performing, loyal employees.
In order to get things done on time and with the highest quality expected so you can meet the demands and expectations of our customers and those with whom we work, we need to rely on others. And to do that, we need influence – but the right kind of influence.
If you want to become a fast growing company in this New Economy – then you need to hire and manage team members effectively.
If you want to retain your top employees, you must… give them a reason to stay, find a way to motivate them and reward them. But, if you reward too much, too fast – it can be dangerous for your entire organization.
In my work consulting and speaking with business leaders around the world, I’ve seen time and again that Gen Y can deliver tremendous workplace performance and loyalty at a substantial value — when managed correctly.
Teaching around a campfire or through mentoring opportunities is hardwired in all of us. I don’t consider it a weakness to reach out to another person for help. And it only enhances your personal power when you respond and support others who need you.
There is an old and hoary claim that if you put a frog in boiling water, it will immediately jump out, but if you put it in cold water and slowly increase the temperature, the frog will sit there until it cooks.
It certainly is a heck of a lot easier to blame the economy for the decline in your business. But by doing so, you will miss out on the opportunity to build an organization that can sustain itself and thrive in any economic climate.