Chris Cancialosi discusses how company culture can be your greatest selling point or biggest hindrance with Fred Virgin, former SVP of HR at GE, and Carolyn D’Anna, Co-Chief Human Resources Officer at CohnReznick.
If you’ve read various leadership forums, you’re probably familiar with the concept of control versus influence. Controlling and authoritative personalities in management motivate employees to act, but it’s usually out of fear or requirement — neither of which produce ... Read More
If you want new hires to be brought up to speed sooner, then your organization needs to make an investment in better onboarding or risk having ineffective new employees that become disengaged over time. It’s often been said that it …Read »
Staff development is vital to a healthy business. Yet the way we approach it is still rooted in the models of fifty years ago. Despite a world of rapid change we expect objectives to be relevant for a year, when ... Read More
Do you see conflict rearing its ugly head at work and don’t know how it happened or how to get a handle on it? There are three things that managers do – or don’t do – that may be at the heart of your workplace conflict.
How important is it to have friends at work? As adults, in any given week we spend much more time around people at work than we do outside of the organization. As social creatures, it is inevitable that we form personal relationships and friendships with those around us. In fact, one of [...]