Potentially even more feared than the oft-dreaded performance review conversation is the "asking for the raise" conversation. In fact, so many people are so afraid of asking for raises that many never do it. They simply put their head down, do their work and hope that the company compensates them fairly. Don't let this be you.
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Handling Bullies and Other Corporate Aggressors We’ve all come across bullies in our careers: someone who consistently puts us on the defensive by attacking us or our actions and opinions. Some more than others are able to “push our buttons” making us get heated or react emotionally to their verbal assault. Such situations can quickly [...]
Don’t Forget the Anchors At first glance a team comprised entirely of high potentials sounds great– highly motivated, smart executives all in learning mode and willing to jump through whatever hoops you put in front of them. In this video, I remind leaders that there is value in creating a complementary team consisting of people at different [...]
In my previous post I talked about how social behaviors can be used to drive employee performance. These are things that top performers and leaders do, irrespective of technology, to help engage their teams, motivate their colleagues, and continuously drive themselves forward. Why are these behaviors so effective? Because they’re natural, require a small investment [...]