Questions

Asking Your Staff More Questions Is Good. But Don’t Even Start Unless You’re Prepared To Do This.

You should ask more questions. Ask employees what they want improved. Ask what excites them. Ask how you can help them do better. These are all great ways to motivate employees, help improve employee retention and get employees happy about working in your organisation. These are also great questions if you want to come across … Continue reading Asking Your Staff More Questions Is Good. But Don’t Even Start Unless You’re Prepared To Do This.

July 5, 2017

The Hiring Formula That Works

Are you still hiring during this time of economic uncertainty? If you are, then you know you have to really stretch your hiring dollar and ensure you hire the right people for your organisation. It’s clearly a buyer’s market these days. As a hiring manager, there is a whole host of confusing advice out there … Continue reading The Hiring Formula That Works

April 4, 2017

Leadership Styles – Uncovering Your Team’s Strengths and Weaknesses

Recently, I was invited to conduct a Leadership Styles workshop for a Korean software company. This Korean software company is an established company with a global footprint with its global headquarters based in Seoul, Korea. Over the last decade, this company has grown by leaps and bounds and have established bases as far as the … Continue reading Leadership Styles – Uncovering Your Team’s Strengths and Weaknesses

March 3, 2017

Who should be responsible for Organisational Culture change?

“While culture change can be an important and exciting project for HR, making it HR’s sole responsibility doesn’t work out as anyone had hoped. Too often, it devolves into a transactional “box-ticking” exercise.” So who should be leading a organisational culture change? https://hbr.org/2016/11/hr-cant-change-company-culture-by-itself The author of this Harvard Business Review article says it should be … Continue reading Who should be responsible for Organisational Culture change?

February 3, 2017