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Five Ways to Honor the Employee Iceberg
How to see the “human” in human resources
When you hire employees, they bring with them their families, health, financial challenges, hobbies and even their pets. When you neglect “the worker” and everything that’s part of their identity, you hit the employee iceberg. Here are five times for treating people as three-dimensional human beings.
Employee Development: Unleash Your Superpowers at Work
Start wearing a cape around the office and you’ll probably draw a few stares. Fortunately, there are other ways to show off your superpowers at work. Here’s how: Know your superpowers Tell me about your superpowers. It’s one of my favorite interview questions. Understand what those are. Take off your humility hat for a minute […]
How Do You Motivate Millennials?
If you want to motivate millennials, stop relying on generational stereotypes. Instead, motivate them by engaging with them as individuals. You’ll find the entire organization performs on a higher plane when people are energized and engaged on a personal level.
The Superpower of Top Workplaces Managers
And Why Great Coaches Don’t Put Michael Jordan at Bat
Top Workplaces managers are effective because they coach more than they supervise. They understand the importance of getting to know employees as individuals. And they know what motivates them both on — and off — the job.
Apples to Oranges: The Shifting Role of Managers
And What They Should Do Differently to Achieve Better Results
Rather than simply leading and directing the work of employees, today’s managers can — and should be — the catalyst who accelerates the application of learning and behavior change. When managers coach individuals in this way, they bring out the best in their people, they match employee interests to organizational needs — and they’re better able to unlock potential and inspire performance.