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NHS policies failing to stop bullying by managers and staff sickness

Bullying and discrimination by NHS managers have led to absences among mental health workers, and past policies have failed to stop this, research shows. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Encouraging Knowledge Share: 3 Tips for Talent Managers

Encouraging Knowledge Share: 3 Tips for Talent Managers

While your employees’ collective knowledge is powerful (and one of your organization’s greatest assets), it’s also hard to measure. If you had to recreate this knowledge database from scratch, you’d be hard pressed to do so quickly and efficiently, which is why knowledge sharing is so important. But how, exactly, can you—as the talent manager—encourage […]

Mentoring Program Managers: Conduct a quarterly check-in meeting with participants

Mentoring Program Managers: Conduct a quarterly check-in meeting with participants

One of the activities we conduct when working with a Mentoring Program Manager (MPM) is to have quarterly meetings with the mentoring pairs.   General structure for a quarterly check-in meeting between mentoring program managers and mentoring participants Conduct a one-hour session with the mentors and a separate one-hour session with the mentorees 1. State […]

Mentoring Program Managers: Conduct quarterly check-in meetings

Mentoring Program Managers: Conduct quarterly check-in meetings

One of the activities we conduct when working with a Mentoring Program Manager (MPM) is to have quarterly meetings with the mentoring pairs.   General structure for a quarterly check-in meeting between mentoring program managers and mentoring participants Conduct a one-hour session with the mentors and a separate one-hour session with the mentorees 1. State […]

Great Managers Are Great Pioneers by Marcia Zidle

Great leaders and entrepreneurs are not content merely to maintain the status quo. They are driven to see and seek out opportunities to make a big impact. Peter Drucker said, “Results are obtained by exploiting opportunities, not by solving problems. All one can hope to get by solving problems is to restore normalcy.” This is one […]

Effective Managers Learn to Let Go by Marcia Zidle

Did you know that nearly half of all new leaders fail in the first 18 months? That’s according to the Center for Creative Leadership. Many of them were surprised to discover that what got them there — from working nonstop to sweating the small stuff — isn’t enough to keep them there. The Problem: Nine out of […]

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