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Fine-tune hiring with pre-hire assessments

HR Management

The science and art of hiring, retaining and properly matching people to positions and positions to organizational needs and culture is mission-critical. Many will have a structured approach to the type of candidates they are looking for, that is, in terms of qualifications, experience and availability. Some recruiters will have fit-for-the-role tests and even benchmarks. For example, revealing behaviors that could de-rail the organization during times of pressure.

Invest In and Trust Your Workforce

HR Management

Are they slacking off? Sometimes leaders don’t support remote working because they feel the need to be in control. As the CEO of a global company I have key executives working remotely. The executive team meet regularly via voice and video chat apps. The team leaders meet daily for 10 minutes with an executive. I am in regular contact with my managing director and at least once a week with the full executive team. So, I hire the right people.


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Performance Management Not Meeting Expectations? Remember the Goal.


In fact, less than 25% of employees, managers, and HR leaders feel their current performance management practices are valuable. The key to strong performance management is ongoing and meaningful feedback as a means to guide, motivate, and reinforce effective behavior and lessen ineffective behavior. While performance ratings are important, they aren’t sufficient in developing employees or producing behavior change. Do employees have a voice in the feedback process?

The Heartbeat of the Organization

Conversation Matters

Increasingly employees do not go into the office to get their work done – they are able to work quite effectively from a remote site. In this virtual world, when they do go to the office it is for something quite different. They go in order to meet with others to talk together about the planning and coordination issues their team or department is facing. In our virtual world there is no longer any need to come to the office to sit in front of a computer.

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