#RedBranchWeekly: 4 Tips to Managing, Encouraging and Developing Your Team

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There is no right or wrong way to manage, but there is never any harm taking advice from the experts which is exactly what we have for you in this edition of the Red Branch Weekly. Reviewsnap gave us some tips on how to manage poor performers on your team and what mistakes to avoid when doing so. ClearCompany handed out 7 ways to improve employee development programs today. CyberGrants let us know how to encourage employees to start giving back. Need more tips? Follow us on Twitter for the best ones!

 

managingReviewsnap: 5 Mistakes You Can’t Make When Managing Poor Performers

Gallup reports the US loses from $450 to $550 billion annually to those employees considered “not engaged.” That means, those poor performing employees might be making a dent in your bottom line, an idea no leader wants to think about. Keep reading to learn more…

 

managingClearCompany: 7 Ways to Improve Development Programs

Businesses spend approximately $164.2 billion dollars on learning and development programs, and for good reason. Employee development programs have a bigger effect on business than you might think; learning programs affect employee retention (it’s 25% higher for employees who have engaged in company-sponsored mentoring). Read more…

 

managingCyberGrants: 5 Simple Things You Can Do Today to Encourage Employees to Give Back

Picture this: Your company strategized a corporate giving program after hearing all the amazing benefits of a corporate social responsibility program. You researched causes, found local nonprofits and spread around the information on how to participate in the program. By all accounts, the program should be a success with a great deal of participation. Yet, by the conclusion of the program, numbers and donations were lackluster…

managingiRevü: Everything You Need to Know About Going 360

Performance reviews aren’t just annual meetings, they are an opportunity for development and coaching. Only a shocking 52% of researched companies conduct annual performance reviews. There are many approaches a company can take when giving feedback, a growing option being 360-degree feedback. Read more…

 

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