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#RedBranchWeekly: The 6 Hottest Management Tips this Summer

It’s Friday! And you know what that means… time for another edition of Red Branch Weekly! This week we’re talking about management tips to get you through the heat of the summer. ClearCompany got straight with us about employee feedback and how the rest of us need to learn how to deal with it. Reviewsnap grabbed 20 tips from the pros on making the most out of employee development programs. CyberGrants jumped in with the 9 best ways to increase employee engagement that you just may have missed. Check out all the tips here and don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter!


employee_feedbackClearCompany: Deal with it: Employee Feedback for the Rest of Us

We’re so afraid of feedback (particularly constructive feedback) that we avoid it at all costs. That, or we come up with myriad ways to give feedback, so it won’t “hurt” so much. You’ve probably tried the “OREO approach”, where you say something kind before giving constructive criticism and then follow it up by saying another kind thing. Learn more…


employee-developmentReviewsnap: 20 Tips from the Pros to Make the Most of Employee Development Programs

Ah, the employee development program. Many employers seem to have a love-hate relationship with this concept as they want the results but likely don’t have the time to invest in it. In a recent survey, an astounding 75% of Millennials reported they would consider leaving their jobs if they felt there were no real opportunities to grow professionally. Read more…


employee engagementCyberGrants: 9 Best Ways to Increase Employee Engagement You May Have Missed

You’ve likely searched high and low for the best solutions when it comes to upping your employee engagement numbers. Companies with low levels of employee engagement can experience up to a 33% decline in operating income so it’s in everybody’s best interest to implement the best strategies possible to keep team members engaged. Grab these tips…


recruitingVector Talent Resources: Recruiting Fast in a Cautious Environment

Staffing for federal government contractors can be a long, difficult process. The time and effort is further multiplied when it comes to information technology fields. The national average to fill an IT position takes anywhere from 33 to 48 days, according to the Wall Street Journal. Keep reading…



new-bossClick Boarding: Leading the Leader: Onboarding Your Boss

When we’ve addressed onboarding best practices in the past, we’re usually discussing onboarding those who work beneath managers and department leads. What happens when there’s a new boss in the office? Whose responsibility is it to get them acclimated to the group and their new role?  Find out…



performance-management-1iRevü: How to Get Exec Buy-In for a Microfeedback System for Continuous Performance Management

If you’re ready to move to a continuous performance management system from a traditional system but your executive team isn’t quite on board yet, we have just the tips and proof points you need to convince them! Take a look at our best instructions for getting exec buy-in…