Career Development: Progress Matters!
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About This Episode
In life and in travel, you must know where you’re headed before you can begin your adventure. The same is true in your career and the careers of your employees. Planning a manageable career path can be the key between just hiring another employee and watching employees thrive within your organization. Consider: what is the one thing employees need? What is it that keeps them going? Could a convenience store clerk have a career path? The answer is a resounding, “Yes!” In this episode, Jeff Kahler provides the tools you need to help your employees develop a plan for career growth. When you plan your work and work your plan, you have something that employees can sink their teeth into and get excited about.
This week, Jeff Kahler takes a deep dive into building a culture of trust in your organization. We’ll talk about how trust is built over time and also what can be done today to bolster it.
Sure, core values sound like a given when creating your business standards but did you know there are serious dangers to stating them?
What’s standing in between a thriving team and constant turnover? And why are managers to blame for this?
As leaders should there be specific time carved out to recharge? Of course! Then why do we feel guilty when we do take that time???
Onboarding a new employee is more than hours of boring orientation and filling out forms. What do you show your new hires with the act of onboarding?
How can you avoid last minute negotiations when making a job offer? Can you use your instincts to hire someone? Who else can you rely on during this process?
The quality of an interview can ultimately influence employee retention and turnover rates. Believe it or not, there’s an art to interviewing, and a successful interview will support a culture of convenience.
Recruiting: does it really matter?! Is there a technique to attracting the right people to your business? Are you asking the right questions, and are you looking for the right qualifications?
What does pizza have to do with software? What’s non-negotiable when you’re aiming for success? Is profit always the biggest focus or can you tweak your mindset to get the results you’re really looking for in your company?