By Marissa Litty:
Talent management is difficult. Ask any people leader about their biggest challenge in supervising teams and you’ll get more than a few responses. There’s just a lot to handle when you’re at the helm of a workforce, holding the responsibility for their performance. So, dear talent leaders, this Red Branch Weekly is for you. We gathered some of the best talent management tips we read this week, including posts from our partners at Inspire Software, ClearCompany and iRevü.Want employees with sunny dispositions? We've got all the tips you need in this #RedBranchWeekly: Click To Tweet
Inspire Software: SMART or OKR: A Step-By-Step Guide to Selecting Your Goal Structure
Great leaders are definitely under pressure. Pressure to meet KPIs, pressure to lead employees to success and pressure to meet their own professional desires. Using the right goal-setting structure can relieve these stresses and increase productivity, too! It’s a big responsibility, but with this step-by-step guide, we’re sure you can do it! Read it here…SMART? OKR? Goal-setting structures can be complicated, but @InspireSoftware simplifies it all. Check out their guide in #RedBranchWeekly: Click To Tweet
Talent management doesn’t start after onboarding. In fact, your talent management strategy should heavily influence your sourcing and recruitment programs. Don’t see the connection? ClearCompany can clarify that and explain how to implement candidate-winning processes in your organization. Check it out…#RedBranchWeekly: @ClearCompany explains the connection between talent management and recruitment: Click To Tweet
Employees are more engaged when they’re given adequate continuous feedback. It’s really that simple. If you’re a little worried about a disengagement problem on your team, you’ll be happy you read this post. Break down your problems and increase your department’s potential here…Want engaged employees? @Engagiant_iRevu says mMicrofeedback is the answer. (We agree): Click To Tweet
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