Strengthen Your Hiring by Recruiting for Potential, Not Direct Work Experience

Obsessing over candidates’ direct work experience instead of their potential could be sabotaging your recruitment efforts. Concentrating too intensely on direct work experience ignores other experiences that inform the behaviors of the best talent. If employers don’t give these workers a chance, they’ll really never know what they could be missing.

Five Strategies for Managing Generational Differences

Generational differences impact how we manage and lead these individuals, and how we interact with each other everyday. It is critical to have a solid understanding of the generational differences. The benefits of understanding and adopting methods for managing such differences will lead to positive results, and help leaders effectively manage what behaviors will be reinforced or punished, what will be tolerated versus rejected, and what will sustain versus fall to extinction.

10 Things Your Employees Aren’t Telling You

A great leader needs to drive forward and inspire the team to focus ahead in order to achieve success. But these leaders must connect empathetically with the individual team members and realize that not all followers think like a leader or even want to do so. Still those same team members are often afraid to express their real thoughts for fear of negative repercussions from the leader and other colleagues. Here are 10 thoughts you should make it a point to surface.