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Getting over the fear of providing employee feedback

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This guy has no fear of providing employee feedback for improvement (and a little something extra)

Employee feedback is hard

As a manager, one of the most common, anxiety causing moments is when we need to provide “ employee feedback” for improvement.  No one wants to tell a colleague they are doing something wrong.

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How the exit interview fails the company

exit interview

Keep employees engaged so they don’t think about giving their two-week notice. 

Does your company conduct exit interviews?

Last week I blogged about employees turning in their two-week notice. As an HR person, it has been my experience that more than half the employees leave a company without saying anything to their manager about what causes the disconnect.

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Is your company training program instilling the right attitude?

company training

Is your company training setting the right work ethic?

A 9-5 work ethic and nothing more?

I would suggest that a number of company training programs are not pushing new hires fast enough. I especially believe this is the case in a few areas:

  1. Training recent graduates
  2. Manager new to management who is training new hires
  3. Training programs that have not been updated

Do you have new employees who leave as soon as the clock ticks 5:00 PM?

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Can you coach a bad attitude?

bad attitude

The bad attitude is tough to coach

Is a bad attitude coachable?

As managers, I am confident we can train employees to learn our products, our software and to a certain extent our culture. Coaching an employee attitude is a different animal. How we think about life, our careers, our managers and our companies success is usually a reflection of our personal outlook on life.

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HRNasty’s Zen and the Employee Experience

The employee experience doesn’t happen by accident

HRNasty and the Zen of the Employee Experience

I am responsible for the employee experience and believe that I am the CEO of my personal brand. What I represent, who I am, and how I conduct myself is all part of my personal brand as an individual contributor.

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Disneyland shows an HR veteran how employee engagement increases customer loyalty

What every company, manager, and employee can learn from Disney. Lessons on employee engagement, corporate culture, and attention to detail which have stood the test of time and live up to being the Happiest Place on Earth.

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