It was tempting to describe Ken Blanchard as a simplifier, because that’s what he has done throughout his career; simplify the skills of management. But that is not the essence of what he does. 844 more words
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Making Full Use of the Exit Interview – Part Two
Following on from the previous publication (Making Full Use Of The Exit Interview Part One) key detail and insight from the departing employee needs to be maximised if we are successfully to get real detail into how we are actually performing as an organisation and not how we think things are going. 261 more words
Well, it depends who you ask.
When you ask male leaders, men are significantly more effective than female leaders. But everyone else rates women as significantly more effective than men, particularly in business and educational organisations and middle and senior management positions. 234 more words
Making Full Use of the Exit Interview – Part One
Exit interviews are interviews conducted with departing employees, just before they leave. This is done to identify and to learn from the reasons for that individual’s decision to leave and as such this presents a golden opportunity to gain critical insights into how well your company is performing and, critically, to check out what you… 306 more words