Category: Mentoring

Creating success through 360 degree feedback

Becky digs deep into the 360 degree feedback model and how it can be a very powerful development tool when done properly! By Becky Mee “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” As the Evil Queen in Snow White found out, asking for feedback doesn’t always give you what you […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

Managing Probations

Looking around the internet there are numerous blogs on probations, why we have them and the effective use of them. With so much literature out there, companies are still unsure of their use and how to effectively evaluate the performance or fit of a new employee. Tim gives his advice on how to manage probations. […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

Conflict doesn’t always need mediation

In this blog, Tim discusses how a conflict doesn’t always need mediation.  By Tim Frear The employment relationship can be fragile and as we’re spending so much of our lives at work, when this relationship starts to break down, mediation is a great way to resolve issues and disputes. Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

Growth Mindset Que…?

Becky explains what it means to have a growth mindset, and how this way of thinking could help your business! By Becky Mee ‘I think I can, therefore I do’, ‘Dream, Believe, Achieve’, ‘What you feed your mind will lead your life’ read the notebook covers on the shelf in my local stationery store. TED […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

Why your Business Needs Superstars

Your superstar employees are valuable, so what can you do as a manager or business owners to ensure they continue to shine in your organisation? Nuhman shares his knowledge. By Nuhman Sharif The direct and indirect impact of superstars It wouldn’t be unreasonable to suggest that superstar employees have a positive effect on the business […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

Fight the Feedback Gremlins

Giving constructive feedback is harder than you think. It needs to be carefully considered, planned, and requires strong verbal communication. Here Simon explains how you avoid becoming a ‘Feedback Gremlin’! By Simon Underwood I’ve worked for a wide range of managers with various feedback styles – from those who are over eager with praise (“Oh […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

How to Effectively Reward your Employees

In his latest blog, Tim explains how to effectively reward your staff. By Tim Frear When we look at our employee engagement strategy and discuss rewards, we instinctively think about how much money, holidays and time off we are giving our employees. However, as I highlighted in my previous blog, little things like a ‘thank […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

PR Series Part 3: Evaluating the performance review process

The two previous blogs in this series, discussed the various types of performance reviews and how to successfully embed them into a business. This blog, Laura looks at evaluating the performance review process in place to ensure that it remains fit for purpose. By Laura Rigby Why review the performance review process? The performance review […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

Why having HR on the Board can really bring you Benefits!

In her latest blog, Becky explains how considering HR in your future business plans can bring real benefits. By Becky Mee Is your HR an after thought or so part of your everyday thinking you no longer realise you’re doing it? Well, whilst we’d love you to say the latter, the chances are it’s the former […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

Conduct or Capability

Have you ever wondered why a job isn’t being done correctly or to the standard you need and why the person allocated the role isn’t doing what you have asked them to do?  If so, it’s worth evaluating whether it’s a conduct or capability issue. Tim shares his knowledge. By Tim Frear With all underperformance, […]

September 19, 2016

read more...

×

DON'T PANIC!

WE'RE HERE TO HELP

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.