How Do You Evaluate Performance During a Pandemic?
Compassion for workers, while very important, is not enough; companies must arm managers with the tools they need to fairly and effectively adjust performance expectations within their teams.
Use OKRs to Set Goals for Teams, Not Individuals
Individual contributors should be assessed based on the extent to which their work contributes to team goals that add real value to the company and its customers.
Purpose, not platitudes: A personal challenge for top executives
To harness the power of corporate purpose, CEOs and other senior executives must pressure-test that purpose with their teams, employees—and themselves.
COVID-inspired lessons in HR leadership, development and employee experience
Here are six lessons I have learned in leadership and the employee experience this year that will shape how I lead my team in 2021.
The EEOC Releases Guidelines on Mandatory Workplace Vaccinations
Can you require your employees to be vaccinated? Should you?
How to Hold a Better Performance Improvement Conversation
Try these questions to take your performance improvement conversation to the next level.
Returning to Work After Lockdown: Lessons from Wuhan
How companies can promote engagement, productivity, and safety.
These toxic remote management approaches are leading to worker burnout
Micromanaging is just the beginning of going overboard. Try a few of these suggested alternatives to engage your workers.
How to Lead When Your Team Is Exhausted — and You Are, Too
The latest wave of COVID-19 is pushing us to new depths of personal resilience.
Why Capable People Are Reluctant to Lead
“Resentment,” “competition,” and “blame”; “aggressive” and “pushy.” These are a sample of the words that respondents in our recent study associated with stepping up to lead.