Retaining top performers is an ongoing challenge for many businesses today. Take steps to ensure these valued employees truly feel valued, and you will be well-positioned to maintain a deep bench of in-demand talent that will help your business succeed — and that your competitors will envy.
Simply giving money to a charity or philanthropic organization doesn’t necessarily carry the same impact as taking the time to work side-by-side with others. Donating time builds stronger teams and creates a sense of empathy among employees
A fascinating thing about disruption and innovation is that the underlying need is often unchanged. People still ride bikes, take pictures, watch movies and listen to music, but how they do it has morphed to more convenient (not always cheaper) solutions.
Most chefs are just logistics managers tasked with negotiating prices, building relationships with food growers and juggling transportation logistics.
Leaders who put their heads in the sand and wait for disaster to strike create a lot more misery than those who are future focused and willing to make tough decisions early. In the end, they are much less draconian.
Through a new collection of laws designed to reward energy efficiency, limit greenhouse gas emissions and support the expansion of community solar gardens, Colorado is poised to take a leadership position on the national solar stage.
You may be wondering what you should continue to do, what you should quit doing and what new trends you should adopt to ensure a competitive workplace. In making your decisions, remember that people are your north star and you’ll be headed in the right direction.
When leaders have no governing principles (e.g., values, vision and strategy), decision-making is random, and chaos ensues.
The main reasons people quit relate to workplace environment, which means they are under your control. In order to win the war for talent, you first need to understand why people quit and then rethink your people strategies and their unintentional consequences.
Workplaces are going to evolve as new technology takes hold, and the pace of change is likely to become more disruptive than the change itself. And amid this change, we cannot lose sight of what will never change: People are an organization’s greatest asset.
Organizational challenges often have symptoms that don’t readily illuminate the underlying issue. In order to solve the problems truly plaguing your organization, it’s time to do some digging and problem-solving.
Starting soon, new and revised labor and employment laws will take effect for Colorado employers that have the potential to cause significant disruption.