Managers often complain about how employees don’t always do what they are supposed to do. However, these managers should do less complaining and take on some of the blame themselves. Employees never go to work wanting to fail, and more often than not, their poor..
360 Degree feedback is one of the top forms of evaluation in the workplace. It enables you to get a ‘full circle’ insight of your business, its strengths, weaknesses and people.
Unfortunately for there to be good leaders, there has to be bad leaders. Every workplace will have them at one time or another – unfortunately they may be hard to spot at first!
High performing companies always clearly communicate to employees their performance expectations. Communication is crucial between an organisation and their employees as it makes the employees feel as if they are understood and valued. Another way HR teams may try to..
360 degree feedback can be used for many different purposes. However you may find it most valuable to your organisation if you focus the 360 degree feedback on particular goals. These goals may be ones that have been discussed in leadership and management meetings or..
In HR, employee relations and risk management are considered to be strength when it comes to meeting goals. Employee relations and risk management refers to ensuring that all employees are treated with respect, are provided with health and safety processes and..
It can be a difficult situation when you find you are dealing with a ‘bad boss.’ A ‘bad boss’ may take credit for other peoples work, not give credit when credit is due, be moody and short tempered, or buckle under pressure – leaving the rest of the team without..
Successful leadership throughout an organisation is critical to a business striving for success. 360 degree feedback aids in evaluating the current leadership structure in your business to ensure maximum productivity.