November, 2014

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As for Millennials… You Got it! They Want it!

performance review - graphsI just spoke at a corporate meeting this week for a client’s clients – their annual user’s conference.  It was held at one of Hyatt’s best – nice conducive digs for considering new ideas.  The audience was pretty much split right down the middle with Boomers and Millennials.  It was a perfect opportunity to talk about a number of generational differences as they relate to trust, communication and collaboration.  So I did.

 I focused on three issues affecting how we work together, build trust, and achieve collaboration.  I specifically talked about 

  • the accelerating process of change occurring in organizations,
  • key differences within our multi-generational workforce,
  • and the impact of human individuality.

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5 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a New Candidate

searching for right employeePicking the right candidate may be a difficult process, especially when you have many qualified prospects applying for a position that you have posted. Sometimes there are very little distinctions between two applicants’ resumes. How can you differentiate between two candidates? You may want to ask yourself these things before offering a position to a prospective employee:

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Understanding Why Employee Recognition Is Important

show your talent Appreciation is a basic human need. Taking the time to understand this basic psychological principle, and applying it, can have several beneficial effects for a business. All workers in a business look for appreciation through the work they do, whether it is individually, or a part of a team. Before looking at what ways a business can benefit from properly giving their employees recognition for their work, let’s take a look at how to actually give the appreciation correctly in the first place.

 

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