Creating a High Impact Onboarding Program for New Managers

Based on a recent Forbes article, the level of employee engagement correlates closely with the perception of whether the employee can approach their managers with any types of questions. The higher the comfort level, the higher the engagement level and vice versa. In addition, the article also shared that 50% of the employees cited that their main reason for leaving was because of bad managers.

What does this mean? Managers play a critical role in both engaging and retaining your best talents! Therefore, the importance of onboarding new managers cannot be understated.

Leadership 4.0 - Managing and leading in the Digital Age

How do we, as leaders, manage diverse teams and equip our employees with relevant capabilities while leading the digital transformation in our workplace? How can we develop innovative and adaptive thinking skills in our employees while harnessing social intelligence? Here are 5 key leadership capabilities for leading digital transformation in the workplace.

Shining the LAMP on poor performance

As an HR Business Partner, supporting the line managers in managing performance issues is one area that we have to deal with. That includes both rewarding good performances and, of course, tackling poor performances.

When it comes to poor performance issues, they can easily frustrate the hell out of most managers and HR.

One might simply think, “Let’s fire them”, or “Get them out of my team!”

But, is that the best way?

Strategic Planning-Start by not doing

During the year-end, organisations, departments, business & operation units get together to review what have they done this year & plan for new initiatives for the coming year. 

Acts of Service and Quality Time are appreciative languages which the leader can help the team. Instead of keep adding on the "To do list" yet with lean resources, how can we prevent our staff from being overwhelmed & overstretched?

HR Learns Blue Strategy

Strategy is the essential tool for HR Professionals in assuring our continuous relevance. Many strategies fail because they focus on superficial financial and comparative data without asking the critical questions regarding their historicity and meaning.