So many of the fears about remote work come from it being seen as opaque. Not physically seeing people working holds a lot of managers back from embracing remote work.
Some businesses may think that their leadership development programs are unnecessary. However, a new, wide-ranging study is claiming that leadership training is essential—and it’s hard to argue with the 42 years’ worth of data it presents.
Criticism of leadership development programs often stems from the lack of hard data measuring how the programs affected leaders’ behavior and the company’s bottom line business metrics. In fact, less than 8% of CEOs ever see the business impact of their leadership development programs or the return on investment (ROI), according to a recent LinkedIn […]
HR professionals have to manage their day-to-day responsibilities and prepare for global trends that will affect how they do business – five of which were shared by HR guru Gary B. Kushner, president/CEO of Kushner & Company in Portage, Mich., at the 63rd annual conference of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). It was […]
Yesterday, we looked at one of author and entrepreneur Jason Fried’s biggest gripes about the modern workplace: Interruptions, including those caused by managers who check in at inopportune times. But those interruptions are small potatoes compared to the most disruptive thing managers tend to do: Call meetings.