February is “love” season. You know, Valentines Day and all. In terms of the workplace, it kind of begs the question, “Can we show love at work?” In this... Read More »
Every day when I arrived home from school my mom would ask the same question. It was deliberate and predictable. She would ask me, “Marnie, what did you learn... Read More »
The more self-aware you are the greater your leadership effectiveness will be.
In a recent study from PDI Ninth House and the University of Minnesota, researchers found that leaders who... Read More »
The end of the year is performance evaluation time for many organizations. If you are expected to assign a rating to the performance of your employees, consider five perspectives... Read More »
As we enter the fourth quarter, you may be starting to think about writing annual employee performance evaluations for your employees. Just remember, you don’t have to do it... Read More »
You do not have time to NOT manage employee performance! If managing employee performance is not a high priority for you on a daily basis,... Read More »
Employees are a lot like cars. The amount of care, attention to detail, and feelings of permanency we project toward our cars is comparable to the way employees view... Read More »
Has your organization joined the many that are embarking on a strategic plan? Public sector organizations are turning to strategic plans en masse with the hope of defining a... Read More »
The outcry is loud and clear: public agencies must be held accountable!
It follows that if the agency is going to be held accountable, employees who make up the agency... Read More »