A Joined Up Approach to Talent Management and Succession PlanningTaking a whole business approach to succession planning will create the basis for a strong structure and an ongoing talent management process
Six Barriers to Effective Listening in the Workplace - and How to Overcome Them
Effective Listening is an essential skill for anyone leading staff appraisals and employee development meetings.
Why Do I Need a Succession Plan?
Your shareholders demand it, your clients like to know you have it but as a business do you really understand the value to your organisation of having a strong succession plan in place?
Get SMART About Goal Setting
If you fail to make clear how goals should be reached and when you expect them to be achieved then all your careful planning is doomed to failure.
Setting Objectives – for the Individual, the Team and the Business
Three Golden Rules - 1. Conduct your appraisals with an eye on the bigger picture - goals set for individuals must tie in with those of the team and the business as a whole.
How to Get the Most out of Staff Appraisals
Staff appraisals are the oil that keeps the wheels of your business turning. They’re part of an ongoing process that maintains effective communication between senior management and employees.
Succession Planning - A How to Guide
Developing an effective succession plan that outlines key roles, key dependencies and ‘at risk’ positions in your organisation is a four stage process that starts with a thorough analysis of organisational needs and looks closely at the talent within your business.
Succession Planning to Protect Your Reputation
Every big business wants to protect its brand but no matter how slick your PR team a few slip ups in the boardroom can rock the foundations of even the best built reputation.
Embracing Change to Survive RecessionOne of the founding directors of groundbreaking Nineties bank egg.com, Julie Fawcett believes people power will help businesses out of recession.