Measuring the Soft Skills of Potential Hires

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Most successful managers are adept at evaluating their employees’ success in the hard-skills of their role. Meeting specific goals and objectives, or directly contributing to profits or cost savings, leaves little to interpretation. Yet it’s the soft skills required to succeed that are often the hardest to measure. How can you successfully evaluate the soft… Read more »

Are You Effectively Communicating Your Vision to Your Team?

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As a business leader, you want your company vision to be embedded in your culture and accepted by every team member. This helps ensure that employees’ day-to-day behavior supports your ongoing competitive objectives. A recent Harvard Business Review study analyzed more than 60,000 confidential responses to an employee satisfaction survey by a global corporation that… Read more »

How to Discreetly Recruit When You Need to Replace an Employee

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Terminating an employee is never a pleasant experience. Even if your chemistry clashes with theirs or they’re toxic to your team, the actual act of firing someone – and the time leading up to it – are no fun. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s necessary. How do you prepare for such a transition while discreetly recruiting someone… Read more »