Monday, February 11, 2013
We recruiters are great at finding candidates and getting
them ready to see you. But after that, it's up to you and your
team. Interviewing potential candidates is one of the most
important user experiences that folks will have with your
organization. As we tell candidates, you only get one...
Monday, December 3, 2012
It has been written by philosophers, politicians, and people
in general “the measure of a society is how we treat the weakest
members.” Needless to say we are failing miserably at how we
treat our aging population, but I will leave that for another day.
Today, I want to discuss our younger...
Monday, November 19, 2012
Over the last ten years I have been privy to thousands of corporate
transitions and have observed both good and bad behaviors from
managers and employees. The Impact of Termination on
Employees: For many employees a termination is a defining moment in
their life ─ a moment in time that affects...
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Over the last year, my colleagues and I at Knightsbridge have been
working on building our social media presence. Many of my clients
have started to reach out and ask how social media can help with
leadership development. But before you can do that, you’ve got to
know what social media actually is....
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Discuss progress and hold employees accountable. Although the
employee is the key to making his or her career plan unfold, as a
manager you have an important and ongoing role. It is your
responsibility to: hold regular employee career conversations,
establish accountability, and be clear in your...
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Here’s the bottom line: if you are not able to do this as an
employee you are in trouble. If you do not do this as a manager,
you have failed the company and your team. It is the role of the
manager to ensure that each member of their team understands:
• the organization’s goals and strategies, •...
Monday, October 8, 2012
As a manager you have a certain amount of responsibility to
inspire awareness in your employees in the following areas:
• their personal reputation in the organization, • their
profile and network within organization, and • career
development opportunities available to them. At times this type...
Monday, September 17, 2012
Do you know what inspires your employees? Do you truly
understand what it would take for them to leave your organization?
Do you know how they perceive their employee brand/reputation
versus how others see them? If you can’t answer these
questions it might be time to sit down and start to get to...