October 22, 2020

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Performance Management 26 May 2020
Organizational Development: The Heartbeat of the Organization
Dillon Chen
Organization development (OD) is the study of successful organizational change and performance. During human relations studies in the 1930’s, psychologists found that organizational structures and processes influence worker behavior and motivation.
Setting Clear Expectations for Employees
Training and Development 22 April 2020
Setting Clear Expectations for Employees
Dillon Chen
Everybody knows the importance of communication. Whether it be with family, friends, coworkers or customers, proper communication is what helps us understand and connect with others. Clear expectations lead to seamless communication and will help overcome barriers if problems and challenges arise.
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Performance Management 13 April 2020
How to get Employees Aligned with the Company Vision
Hannah Son
Every company needs to have a vision. As a leader, it is your job to create this vision and make it known. Without a vision, your company is like someone swimming circles in the ocean and bound to sink eventually.
Succession Planning 23 March 2020
Getting Leaders on Board in Succession Planning
Britta Howlett
Leadership is needed in any work environment but there tends to be a lack of it. A strong succession planning process should focus on developing candidates with adaptable and leadership skills who are ready to lead when called upon. But, why is there a lack of motivation to lead successors? How are we supposed to our leaders on board?
Succession Planning 21 March 2020
How to use Succession Planning Effectively
Isabella A
A good succession plan fills vacant leadership roles with current employees through a process that identifies and develops internal candidates to fill those vacancies.
Performance Management 18 March 2020
Best Software for Remote Work
Dillon Chen
With the recent Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world, many companies are looking into remote working options for their employees. This transition will be difficult for many organizations that are accustomed to working together in an office setting. With everybody being encouraged to self-quarantine and limit interaction with others, how are we supposed to get any work done that requires team effort and collaboration?
pathways, succession planning, hiring
Succession Planning 10 March 2020
Introducing Pathways: Recruiting Meets Succession Planning
Gisel Malek
Does the walker choose the path or the path choose the walker? Everyone wants to be on a path, but most importantly when it comes to a professional environment being on a path signifies heading towards something.
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Company Culture 23 January 2019
How Kindness Increases Employee Performance: Using the Golden Rule at Work
Joan Elmore
We all know the value of the Golden Rule. Nobody has to convince any of us that kindness can change the world. I’ve just been thinking a lot lately about how it might change our performance at work. Would kindness at work make us better at our jobs?
Succession Planning 26 December 2018
Pathways: Benefits for Candidates and Employees
Dillon Chen
Pathways usually contain current positions and responsibilities, as well as a “pathway” of new milestones, trainings, evaluations, and feedback in order to progress within the organization. Ideally, pathways should exist for each candidate, employee, and position within your company.
hiring qualified candidates, best hiring methods,
Hiring 10 May 2017
3 Features of Performance-Based Hiring That'll Blow Your Mind!
Gisel Malek
Huge companies like Google and Facebook are evaluating their candidates before bringing them on board. Learn how performance based hiring can benefit you!
Hiring 04 August 2020
Recruiting: How to Tie the (Professional) Knot
Gisel Malek
qualified candidates, sourcing, candidates, projects, challenges, testing employees, skillsets, hard skills, soft skills

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Performance Management 21 October 2020
Common Obstacles Preventing Productivity In The Workplace
Guest Poster
Workplace productivity can make or break a company. If employees fail to complete their workload during office hours, business suffers immensely. This causes undue stress for all parties involved, but it’s not a problem that’s easy to solve. Many everyday factors have a negative influence on productivity. Without finding a way to target these, employers can’t hope to improve staff output during the workday.
Performance Management 13 October 2020
How to Refocus Workers and Improve Productivity
Kelsy Ketchum
It’s natural for employees to get distracted sometimes. No one’s a robot who can stay focused all day, every day. But when distractions are becoming more common than actual time spent on work, and productivity is suffering, you need to act. It can be hard to know how to refocus your employees without sacrificing employee engagement or closely monitoring how workers use their time, but it’s doable.
Performance Management 13 October 2020
8 Tips to Ensure Productivity When Employees Work from Home
Amanda Turner
As of 2018, more than 5% of Americans have reported working from home at least some of the time. As technology advances and workers seek increased flexibility, this number is only going to grow. But while telecommuting has benefits for both employers and employees, many companies fear that letting people work from home will lead to decreased productivity.
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