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5 Best Practices for Smooth Employee Offboarding Process

When it comes to welcoming new hires, organizations are ready to pull out all stops. They come up with all sorts of novelties like extravagant buffets, balloons, and guided tours to celebrate the moment. Why? Because first impressions matter and all these efforts have a direct impact on employee retention. However, organizations don’t put in the same effort when it...

Employee Training and Development: Why it’s Important

Employees are a company’s biggest asset, and investing in talent is vital to sustainable business growth and success. Businesses go through lengthy processes to recruit and hire qualified and suitable staff, but often the emphasis on caring about employees stops there. According to a Gallup study, workgroups that engaged in employee development saw a sales increase and profits double...

Benefits of succession planning in an Organization

There’s an old saying that explains the inherent benefits of succession planning best: If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. However, when your business is chugging along, and the economy and your financial future looks secure, it can be hard to stop long enough to consider what might happen to your company if you suddenly weren’t there. The purpose...

7-Step Process to Delegate Effectively

Effective delegation is a skill which is often overlooked by busy managers who think that they already do this well enough. However, during our training and workshops, we discover that many managers have completely the wrong idea about what effective delegation actually is and the benefits that can be derived from doing it well. First, let’s define effective delegation. Effective...

4 Ways to Become a Results Driven Worker

Research reported that employers are waiting for the perfect candidate, even though there are a lot of openings, countless well-qualified candidates and a lot of money on hand.  They simply don't want to take the risk of hiring a bad employee. The Review points out that as much as 80 percent of employee turnover is due to bad hiring decisions....