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I don’t need to spend a lot of time explaining how workplace
norms are changing quickly and frequently. That means now, more than ever,
managers need and want resources to help them support their employees and do
their jobs more effectively.
Institute at Kronos is a think tank that helps organizations drive
performance by addressing human capital issues that affect both hourly and
salaried employees. Advisory board members – of which I’m one – regularly share
their experience and knowledge on the Workforce Institute blog. It’s a great
resource so I thought that I would put together a few articles you could share around
Importance of Adaptive Leadership
Adaptive leadership is an important competency for leaders
at all levels of an organization. The ability to foster teamwork and
collaboration has a direct influence on the relationships between team members
and, as a consequence, on the company’s organizational climate.
in a Multigenerational Workplace
Communicating with people in general can be a challenge, but
multigenerational communication is a whole new ball game. One of the most
interesting aspects of work – and sometimes one of the most challenging – is learning
how to communicate appropriately with colleagues who span generations.
Your Employee Feedback Game
As a manager, you know feedback is the key to developing
employees and boosting their motivation and productivity. In study after study,
people say they want to receive it from their managers. And as a manager, you
know you need to do (more of) it. Most
of your employees are doing praiseworthy things every day. Look for them.
Organizations always rely on frontline managers to keep the
business running. So, giving managers resources to make them more effective is
a good thing. Even more so, during times when managers and employees are working
helps to keep the team engaged and involved. Supporting and helping our
workforce is the right thing to do.
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