Posts Tagged ‘talent’

Why You Don’t Need an HR Manager. Really.

Beth Miller | | Talent Management

I can hear all my HR friends out there screaming when they read this title.  As a consultant and coach to many small business owners, I have often found myself advising business owners to analyze their specific needs before adding to their headcount. And creating a human resource manager position is at the top of the […]

How to Bridge the Workplace Generation Gap

Beth Miller | | Talent Management

The workplace has traditionally consisted of “old-timers” with 20 to 30 years of experience under their belts and the young “hot-shots” who know-it-all. The younger workers have historically viewed older workers as stuck in their ways. Older workers have historically viewed younger workers as interlopers looking for a fast-track to the top. Related: How to […]

How an Atlanta Company Used ‘Sherpas’ to Facilitate Onboarding

Beth Miller | | Talent Management

Every year, thousands of companies apply for awards that recognize great workplaces. And the companies that typically top the winners’ lists have three things in common: They value their human capital, they benefit from a highly engaged workforce and they have the ability to attract and retain top talent. In the end they also often enjoy greater success than their competitors. […]

Revamp Your Approach to Monthly One-to-One Meetings

Beth Miller | | Talent Management

When it comes to improving employee development and performance, enough can’t be said about the effectiveness of regular meetings. If as a manager, you’re not checking in regularly with employees to track their progress, you can’t expect members of your team to overcome roadblocks, repeat successes or grow. Monthly one-on-one meetings should be mandatory and […]

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