Employee Development Plan: The WHY and the HOW

  You just hired a promising young talent that has all the skills and savvy knowledge to help your business finally get an edge on the competition. As far as you’re concerned, a steady increase in responsibility and salary incentives will keep this hotshot rolling in the results you want.   However, without an employee

The Feedforward Interview: An Innovative Performance Review

  The annual performance review is a regular part of business, but it might be in need of a performance review itself. Are your performance reviews productive? Could they be improved?   Researchers are now suggesting a new method of conducting performance reviews, called the Feedforward Interview, which focuses on an employee’s best moments.  

5 Ways to Inspire and Motivate Underconfident Employees

It can be incredibly frustrating for a manager to watch an underconfident employee constantly fail to realize their potential. You might be entirely convinced of their skills and abilities, yet they’re progressing at a snail’s pace, impacting organizational productivity. Their lack of confidence may be due to a number of factors, and as such, the

5 Employee Training Lessons I Learned From Google News

Depending on your vocation, the word “training” can conjure a drastically different picture. For me, working in a software company, training refers to software adoption and engagement. But training is a much larger concept than what I deal with in my day-to-day.   Inspired by a Google News search for “training” (that came up with