There are few words than cause fear as quickly as the word Change. Despite being anxiety inducing, it is the organisations that embrace change who survive; however, those who remain stagnant often fail. As Benjamin Franklin (2017) once said, “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement and success have no meaning”. But [...]
Exit interviews provide a structured framework for understanding the motivations and drivers that contribute to an individual exiting an organisation.
Psychometric assessments provide detailed understanding of a candidate’s cognitive abilities, behavioural and personality style, values and motivations.
Research supports that developing the emotional intelligence of managers equips them with the skills and abilities to provide their employees with effective and continuous coaching for performance.
Good leadership is a key ingredient to an organisation’s success. Many companies promote employees into leadership positions based on their technical expertise, however, it takes more than technical knowledge to make a successful leader.
A recent article in the HBR described diminishers as leaders who “underutilize people” and multipliers who “care less about their own IQ’s and agenda."
How much does it really cost to value your employees when the return on that investment can be so high as was demonstrated by the Canterbury Earthquake? It’s worth thinking about. Who knows when you will next need to rely on your employees in a difficult and stressful situation.