Yearly Archives: 2022
The phenomenon of “quiet quitting” has recently taken the workforce (and the internet) by storm. Unlike actual quitting, a manager wouldn’t necessarily know if an employee has “quietly quit,” which perhaps explains why the trend is so unnerving.
At firms like Grant Thornton, managers play a uniquely pivotal role in their company’s success. Managers drive the engagement and performance of their team members as well as the firm’s commercial success through the total value of the engagements they manage and their total billable hours. These outcomes are the building blocks of the firm’s $2+ billion in revenue.
LEADx TeamView, the newest feature in the LEADx mobile platform for Leadership Development, gives managers one-tap access to the personality reports for each individual team member. Built-in assessments include LEADx DISC, LEADx Big 5, LEADx LQ-i, and LEADx Resilience.
Congratulations! You’ve come to the end of the coaching plan. This final activity can be a powerful way to anchor your growth and progress. Reflect...
The most effective way to improve growth and development is to simply begin with candid conversations about it with team members. Consider these conversation starters: Related...
Guidewire is a user-friendly cloud platform that helps insurers to engage their customers, innovate products and services, and grow their business more efficiently and agilely.
Christopher Shryock began his role as the SVP and Chief People Officer of Sam’s Club nearly two years ago, in the midst of the pandemic. Responsible for all aspects of human resources for Sam’s Club, Shryock had (and still has) his work cut out for him. How, for example, does he scale leadership development and culture to 100,000 associates across 600 locations? And, with so much under his purview, how does he decide which problems and ideas to focus his attention on?
Most organizations leverage some form of coaching. Leadership coaching programs have a proven positive impact on performance, well-being, coping skills, engagement, and attitude. Business coaching is one type of coaching that tends to focus less on people and leadership skills, and more on business processes, performance, and strategy.
In the ocean of some 50,000+ leadership books, it’s all too easy to get lost trying to decipher which are actually the most useful. Which books will best give your leaders that competitive edge? Which would be the most engaging? And, which would make the biggest difference for their teams and their greater organization?