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Why mentor programs fail. The play by play breakdown.

mentor program

How long did your mentor program relationship last?

Are mentor programs failing us?

I believe that one of the best things that any of us can do for our careers is to find and work with a mentor. Mentors have been there and done that, and with a mentor by our side, we don’t have to re-invent the wheel.

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Trust in leadership and employee surveys

Trust in leadership

Are you getting the employee participation you want from your job satisfaction surveys?

Trust in Leadership

Do your employees trust the leadership team? Last week I shared my beliefs on why I think employees should fill out employee job satisfaction surveys and this is part deux on the same topic. When employees do not want to fill out employee surveys,

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Employee Survey, can companies track individual answers?

employee survey

Do your employees trust you enough to fill out an employee survey?

Employee surveys

The topic of employee surveys is always a controversial topic. Management wants to hear employee opinions and employees want to do the right thing but are afraid their answers can be tracked. If you have read this blog, you know that I am always thinking about corporate culture.

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Diversity starts with leadership

diversity

The Voice. Where the interviewers are choosing their candidates based on the skills needed for the job and not the image.

Diversity starts with leadership

Every company says they promote diversity and every company says that employees are their most important assets. 

I just went through the job search process and I wanted to share my recent diversity experiences.

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New hire introductions, how to break the ice with your new co-workers

HRNasty, that is so hot of you to bring in donuts. Thank you!

HRNasty, that is so hot of you to bring in donuts. Thank you!

How to introduce yourself when you are a new hire

As of last week, I am a new hire. I have mentioned in the last few posts, I recently started a new job. I have the good fortune of leading an HR department for a technology company with a little over 200 employees and I am pretty excited.

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