Leaders for Leaders offers a wonderful resource to help navigate the many tensions within organizations. Much of what we do cannot be all or nothing, but some form of tension, ideally healthy tension.
It’s a well-known cliché in HR circles that employees quit their bosses, not their jobs.
It’s not just about whether the manager is bad, but more importantly, it’s about whether the employee experience includes these four critical tenets:
- I receive periodic recognition
- I am valued
- I understand the impact of my contributions, and
- I am progressing and growing.
Read full article to get the background and advice.
If you’re an Isla, Siobhan, Xiaoping or Quvenzhané, you may be encountering this persistently annoying problem.
There is a program coming to Halifax in May for people who want to learn to work effectively with differences, deal with complexity, and resolve conflict. On May 30 and 31, Worldview Intelligence is offering a program that aims to identify and develop the skills and abilities to work with, and hold, differing and multiple world views simultaneously. This event takes place at the Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites.
For more information, and to register, please visit: http://worldviewintelligence.com/worldview-intelligence-public-events/worldview-intelligence-halifax-ns-may-30-june-1-2016/