Learning takes place when an employee feels comfortable. If that means they sit in the back of the room, okay. The learning is to benefit the employee – not the speaker.
Training and Development
These posts focus on workplace training and employee development as part of business leadership and management.
Performance reviews continue to be hotly debated. Remember, the review is just one part of the performance management process. Keep these 3 key things in mind.
We all want a safe workplace. To get that, organizations need training. Workplace violence problems do go away on their own. Educating employees and managers is the first step.
Accountability is needed for business success. Managers are accountable for their teams who are accountable for productivity. But, focus on the right thing.
An inclusive culture can offer a competitive advantage. Diversity training programs are a great start. But the leadership team needs to be the champion of diversity.
Every company needs rules. Effective companies clearly explain the rules and hold employees accountable. Disruption can be beneficial, but it has to be done right.
Developing our HR competencies should be a priority for career growth. SHRM has several resources to help us make wise investments at all levels in our career.