Succession Planning refers to the process in which employees are recruited and developed with the aim of filling a key role within an organization.
Organizations are now more and more moving away from the once-confidential process of hand-picking successors to a more transparent process of identifying high-performance leaders and preparing them for top leadership positions.
Returning to the office, businesses that allowed their employees to work remotely (out of necessity) may be considering how best to prepare to welcome employees back to the office.
Here are some Essential Steps for Transitioning Your Team Back to In-Office Work.
Often, we share all the things that we, as business owners or leaders, care about when reporting on company goals or tactics.
We see employee’s eyes glaze over and tell ourselves that they don’t really care that much about the business strategy.
The issue is not that they don’t care, it is that they don’t see the connection or the “What’s In It for Me” (WIIFM).
Flexible work has done wonders for employees and organizations. But behind those flexible schedules and WFH (work from home) setups is a hidden danger of flexible work that is often overlooked until it is too late.
When you’re managing a new team, there’s a lot of uncertainty.
Starting anything new is always hard, and when you involve multiple other people, personalities, and habits, it ups the difficulty level significantly.
As a manager, you need a strong relationship with your team, which starts with what you do on day 1.
There are many different ways to make sure you start on a right foot, and these questions can help you start the best way possible.
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