6 reasons for good employees to quit

Dynamics in the workplace raises every year. The modern workplace has become more flexible, but also more demanding. Some people are surviving in this unfamiliar environment, while others cannot make it. This second group of people leaves the company at a particular moment in time. People from it are often defined as the ones who … Continue reading 6 reasons for good employees to quit

How to share sad news as a leader

Leaders need to play many roles.  One of the most critical functions, but at the same time challenging to play, is the role of the messenger.  There is nothing wrong when a leader must share the good news.  People are happy, the good story creates a positive attitude, internal motivation grows, engagement raises, and accountability … Continue reading How to share sad news as a leader

Boost your employee retention without breaking the bank

Have you had this talent on your team that is ready for promotion, and just before you speak with the person, he or she deposits a resignation letter? Well, you are not alone in this situation. In a survey conducted among 8759 senior leaders in Europe, 69% of the participants share the same problem for … Continue reading Boost your employee retention without breaking the bank

5 steps to change employees thinking “From Paycheck to Paycheck”

The world is becoming more and more monetized these days. People have learned the art of looking busy at work while doing the minimum to survive to the time where they get their paycheck. In this world, newly created companies, sustain cultures of self-branding were not the most hardworking, but those who show more presence … Continue reading 5 steps to change employees thinking “From Paycheck to Paycheck”

8 steps for building better employee engagement at work

We all work in a fast-paced environment.  Even the most bureaucratic structures have made significant changes in their work styles.  Some of the changes made have affected employee morale and companies or other structures' performance and result achievements.  In this situation, senior leadership teams in the companies have started campaigns for how to attract and … Continue reading 8 steps for building better employee engagement at work

7 steps to help you create positive employee experience and retain talent in the team

We live in disruptive times of constant change.  Change has become an irreversible part of every company's life cycle.  Leaders often need to think about how to best engage people in their teams and not lose the most valuable talents from them, while making the long run toward the next challenging goal.  Still, after so … Continue reading 7 steps to help you create positive employee experience and retain talent in the team

Why money is not the best you can offer to your employees

Employers are now in a phase where most of them are wondering what more to offer to attract the best talents, to increase retention rate, and to ensure the business models they have built for the future. HR departments have turned form transactional and technical structures to creative business partners, full of people sitting and … Continue reading Why money is not the best you can offer to your employees

How much control should you keep – the Tannenbaum and Shmidt management styles updated to the 21st century?

Тhe most fundamental leadership style theory to know about and understand is Tannenbaum and Schmidt's management continuum. They were a couple of American guys who came up with this theory. And what they said is it's all about control. It's all about deciding how much control to have and how much to give away. And … Continue reading How much control should you keep – the Tannenbaum and Shmidt management styles updated to the 21st century?