Don’t be caught off guard when your top player is poached by another company. It’s easy to forget the needs of a high performer, which is why they sometimes leave. Luckily, there are steps you can take to ensure your A-Player stays on your team.
Replacing employees is never easy. However, being transparent with your employees, instead of turning to abrupt departures, can improve the process for everyone involved. Transparent departures have many benefits, including improved relationships and smoother transitions.
The new law has created a significant practical problem. Thought about it. Talked to others including labor attorneys.
Comparison Is The Killer of Joy, or Is It?
Good advice for CFOs in gaining control of their time from a Q&A with Deloitte's Ajit Kambil (Nov 21 Wall Street Journal).
The stress is so high for a person labeled as a high performer, that the hi-po has, well, a high potential for burn out. The feeling of shouldering the complete burden...
Remember in school when Five F's would be your demise? Here are Five F's that separate successful search processes and high acceptance of offers from those that drag on and where offers are rejected.
“Slow” shouldn’t be thought of as a time frame. I would even say that one of the biggest mistakes that hiring managers make is to go too slow, on steps they control.
How are you coaching your very best?
Did you actually push them enough? If you are the confident, secure-in-yourself leader you think you are, don’t be afraid that the hi-po might be capable of doing things better than you could.
Are they more resilient than you thought?
How will you balance that hi-po’s (downside) potential to burn themselves out......