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5 Questions Every Manager Needs to Ask Their Direct Reports
EMPLOYEE RETENTION DIGITAL ARTICLE Susan Peppercorn
Don’t wait until their exit interview to find out what they really think.
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How to Build a Successful Upskilling Program
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENTDIGITAL ARTICLE Susan R Vroman Tiffany Danko
Employees say they want more training and development - but often struggle to identify which skills they're looking for.
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How Leaders Can Balance the Needs to Perform and to Transform
LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLE DIGITAL ARTICLE Bill Taylor
It's about learning how to manage time, the stress of leadership, and rank-and-file morale.
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The Case for a Chief of Staff
LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLEMAGAZINE ARTICLE Dan Ciampa
New CEOs are typically focused on creating and implementing a strategy, building a top team, and driving culture change. Optimizing administrative workflow...
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The Surprising Power of Questions
MANAGING PEOPLE MAGAZINE ARTICLE Alison Wood Brooks Leslie K. John
It goes far beyond exchanging information.
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How Netflix Reinvented HR
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENTMAGAZINE ARTICLE Patty McCord
When Netflix executives wrote a PowerPoint deck about the organization's talent management strategies, the document went viral--it's been viewed more...
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When Lower Intensity Leads to Higher Results
PERSONAL PRODUCTIVITY DIGITAL ARTICLE Harsha V. Misra
Lessons from the world of elite athletics.
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The Feedback Fallacy
LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLEMAGAZINE ARTICLE Marcus Buckingham Ashley Goodall
For years managers have been encouraged to candidly praise and criticize just about everything workers do. But it turns out that feedback does not help...
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How to Become a Better Listener
LISTENING SKILLS DIGITAL ARTICLERobin Abrahams Boris Groysberg
Sharpen these seven skills.
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Delivering an Effective Performance Review
EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICE Rebecca Knight
It’s performance review season, and you know the drill. Drag each of your direct reports into a conference room for a one-on-one, hand them an official-looking document, and then start in with the same, tired conversation. Say some positive things about what the employee is good at, then some unpleasant things about what he’s not […]
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The Performance Management Revolution
EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT MAGAZINE ARTICLEPeter Cappelli Anna Tavis
The focus is shifting from accountability to learning.
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The Key to Inclusive Leadership
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION DIGITAL ARTICLE Juliet Bourke Andrea Espedido
Overcome unconscious bias using humility and empathy.
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Your Burnout Is Unique. Your Recovery Will Be, Too.
LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLEDIGITAL ARTICLE Yu Tse Heng Kira Schabram
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How to Make Your One-on-Ones with Employees More Productive
LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLE BEST PRACTICE Rebecca Knight
They shouldn't be hurried or disorganized.
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Our Work-from-Anywhere Future
REMOTE WORK MAGAZINE ARTICLEPrithwiraj (Raj) Choudhury
Best practices for all-remote organizations
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8 Ways Managers Can Support Employees' Mental Health
LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLEDIGITAL ARTICLE Kelly Greenwood Natasha Krol
Nearly 42% of employees report a decline in mental health since the pandemic began.
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Begin with Trust
LEADERSHIP MAGAZINE ARTICLE Frances X. Frei Anne Morriss
The first step to becoming a genuinely empowering leader
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Appraisal of What Performance?
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENTMAGAZINE ARTICLE Harry Levinson
Present performance appraisal techniques evaluate behavior by making subjective and impressionistic judgments rather than quantitative judgments and providing...
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The Most Important Leadership Competencies, According to Leaders Around the World
LEADERSHIP DIGITAL ARTICLE Sunnie Giles
They’re all hard to improve because they run counter to our instincts.
Save Share MARCH 15, 2016
Evolution and Revolution as Organizations Grow
MANAGING PEOPLE MAGAZINE ARTICLE Larry E. Greiner
Management practices that work well in one phase may bring on a crisis in another.
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