What Does It Mean to Be Productive?
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by Margery Weinstein
5d ago
Learning professionals and the Human Resources team should be having conversations about how productivity is defined and measured to determine both pay and the organizational hierarchy. The post What Does It Mean to Be Productive? appeared first on Training ..read more
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Overcoming Impostor Syndrome without Becoming a Braggart
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by Margery Weinstein
1w ago
Bragging is sometimes taught as the antidote for “impostor syndrome,” in which a person feels like they don’t deserve to be in a job they are well qualified for. Instead, companies need to develop employees who are secure enough to speak confidently without turning every conversation into an infomercial for themselves. The post Overcoming Impostor Syndrome without Becoming a Braggart appeared first on Training ..read more
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How Do You Foster Courageously Proactive Employees?
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by Margery Weinstein
2w ago
Employees need guidance and training when it comes to reporting workplace ethics violations. The post How Do You Foster Courageously Proactive Employees? appeared first on Training ..read more
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An Ethical Approach to “Quiet Hiring”
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by Margery Weinstein
3w ago
Quiet hiring is unofficially having an employee take on new responsibilities or hiring contractors rather than full-time employees. The most honest and ethical approach to quiet hiring requires transparency. The post An Ethical Approach to “Quiet Hiring” appeared first on Training ..read more
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How Much—If Any—“Embellishment” on Resumes Is OK?
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by Margery Weinstein
1M ago
Proper training of managers and Human Resources employees on vetting resumes—including protocols on what to do when discrepancies are found—is essential. The post How Much—If Any—“Embellishment” on Resumes Is OK? appeared first on Training ..read more
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Do You Speak Gen Z?
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by Margery Weinstein
1M ago
Facilitating inter-generational understanding in your workplace and marketing can make for both better workplace communication and improved outreach to customers. The post Do You Speak Gen Z? appeared first on Training ..read more
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Does Empathetic Leadership Require a Team Approach?
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by Margery Weinstein
1M ago
The key to empathetic solution finding to challenges—particularly those related to where and when employees work—could be making it a team effort and doing away with most hard-and-fast rules about what can and cannot be accommodated. The post Does Empathetic Leadership Require a Team Approach? appeared first on Training ..read more
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Ready to Burst Your Managers’ “Optimism Bubble”?
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by Margery Weinstein
2M ago
Training managers and creating protocols to ensure listening—rather than assumptions—guides decision-making. The post Ready to Burst Your Managers’ “Optimism Bubble”? appeared first on Training ..read more
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Are You Missing Opportunities Because You’re Understaffed?
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by Margery Weinstein
2M ago
Skeleton staff may be a reasonable short-term emergency measure to keep an organization afloat when it is in dire financial straits. But it is not a sustainable way to grow a business over the long term. The post Are You Missing Opportunities Because You’re Understaffed? appeared first on Training ..read more
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The Value of a Formal Process for Delegating Tasks
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by Margery Weinstein
2M ago
Establishing the objectives should be one part of a formal process managers are trained to do whenever delegation is deemed necessary. The post The Value of a Formal Process for Delegating Tasks appeared first on Training ..read more
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