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During the hiring process, an organization does its due diligence to align a potential employee’s skills and strengths with the needs of the organization. How is it then that organizations consistently miss empowering staff to meet their fullest potentials?
Let’s face it, we all have fears and areas where we wish we were better. But here’s a new take to that question, “What’s your greatest weakness?”
Are you leveraging yours and your coworkers strengths?
How can we harness the unique strengths of these workers to maximize the impact this new team will have on the mission of the agency while minimizing their weaknesses?
Attempting to be something you are not it futile and it often leads to more frustration. You must find the leadership style that works for you.
The U.S. workforce is more diverse than ever before with four predominant generations working in the same business environment. Each generation is distinctly different than the next, which can prove challenging for employers — but it can also be an opportunity so long as you learn how to manage the multigenerational workforce effectively.
Sometimes trying to manage a team of strong personalities can feel like herding cats. The great strengths that make each team member fantastic on their own may cause them to butt heads when it comes to a group setting. If you’re at the helm of a team of independent spirits, it can be challenging to… Read more »
A drive for self-improvement is crucial for career success, but too often we tend to focus on our weaknesses at the expense of building up our strengths. While it’s great to shore up skills that are lacking, it’s equally important to celebrate and improve on your natural talents. Why? Because it’s your strengths that will… Read more »
More and more, managers are being encouraged to use positive reinforcement in their employee reviews, rather than focusing on weaknesses. The argument is that by doing this, employees are more productive and engaged in their work. Opponents of such a management technique say that discussing negatives, or ranking employees against each other, can actually encourage… Read more »