Tips from the Top - June 2018
Employee Development Tips that Can Yield Strong New Leadership for Your Company
The current job market is so tight and competitive, why make it any more difficult to recruit and retain the right people for your company? Too many businesses focus on getting bodies into open positions, but neglect grooming new hires (as well as veteran employees) for positions of greater responsibility and leadership.
A focus on employee development, with a view towards turning great employees into outstanding leaders, not only benefits a business in the long run, it can serve as a highly attractive recruitment strategy for future new hires.
Here are tips on employee development that can yield strong new leadership for your company.Read more
Reach Out Every Day
When you have good news, share it with your team via text. If not, text them something inspirational. Let them know you care about them.
Create a "fun committee" - give $400 per quarter to have fun/create activities in the office.
Culture impacts employees and employees impact culture.
Reward from Your Job
Many of us are so focused on making money, we miss the opportunities to find reward in helping people, in getting the benefits of giving back or in appreciating other pleasures. One of the reasons we join TAB is to create ways to realize not just our professional and business goals, but also realize these personal visions of our lives.
The Importance of Your Budget
Ensure that your strategic business plan (including your financial goals) and your budget match. The plan is what you want, and the budget is one element of how you get there.
Customer Onboarding Process
Take the credit application and turn it into a customer application as part of the customer onboarding process.
Build on Success
When your team pulls together, supports one another and achieves something organically – don’t let it go unnoticed! Take the time to publicly recognize the team’s accomplishment; go into detail to explain your observation, especially how you felt about seeing your team in action and what it means to you and the Company and provide specific examples of what the individuals on the team did. Allow for discussion and feedback among the group and a little exploration into what led up to such a win. I believe putting yourself and your feelings out there with your employees helps the team to affirm to do more of those positive things that led to the success!