Posts Tagged: Tips for hiring managers

Don’t Be Afraid To Say ‘No’

You can’t do everything. At times you get so bogged down with daily activities that it is simply impossible to take on another project. How can you say no diplomatically?   Sometimes you can’t. The project may have a high priority and have to be completed. Take a look at your other projects and see… Read More »

The Latest And (Maybe) Greatest New Company Benefit

Student debt is painful for college graduates today. They are unable to begin saving toward their 401K, start a family, or even buy a house due to their mountain of student loan debt. In fact, the debt amounts are so high for these grads that approximately 40% of them are in default on their loans.… Read More »

Research Reveals The Real Reason People Switch Jobs

Most of us think that employees leave the job because they do not like their boss, or maybe they aren’t being paid enough. The data is in and you aren’t going to believe what it tells us.   The Data Reveals Why People Leave Their Job No one wants to be stuck in a dead… Read More »

Company Culture Is Generally Resistant To Change

If you have been running a company for any length of time, you understand that company culture is difficult to change. You likely inherited a certain culture when you stepped into the role of CEO. Once a culture is determined, it takes time and intentionality to change it.   Company Culture is Generally Resistant To… Read More »

Involve Everyone During Group Interviews

Many companies are turning to group interviews for a number of reasons. These have plenty of great benefits for the company, but must be lead properly to be effective. Just like in any group, there are going to be those that dominate and others that sit back. While this type of interview will give you… Read More »

How To Deal With The Loss Of Expertise When Employees Leave

All companies go through turn over in the staff. Some employees are very knowledgeable about their job and bring a lot to the table. You will have to account for what the business will suffer in the event of losing them.   Dealing With the Lost Expertise or Knowledge When Employees Leave Do you have… Read More »

Powerful Body Language Tips For Success

It is true that body language makes up for at least half of our communication with others. Bearing that in mind, it is important to take control of the message you are sending with nonverbal cues. In order to be an effective leader, manager, owner, or entrepreneur, it is important that you send the right… Read More »

Exceptional Leaders Encourage The Millennium Generation

The Millennium generation (25 and younger) can be a challenge and an opportunity. How do you deal with employees who operate quite differently than you? They are constantly in contact with their network of friends and colleagues through text messaging. They write in blogs about anything and everything. They use technology to self-organize into their… Read More »

Planning, Planning, Planning

If you don’t know where you are going, than any road will get you there! You must plan, execute, and measure. Who’s going to do the planning? Whether the plan is for your entire company or just one department; you must make sure to get input from multiple levels.¬†Get your entire team involved in developing… Read More »

Do You Need An Improved Business Design?

The tactics and plans that you put together to start your business will not work forever. As the company grows and dynamics change, you will need to re-evaluate. Improvements to your company can always be made and should remain a top priority if you plan to stay relevant in business.   Need For An Improved… Read More »