Let your people vent their feelings first before giving them a new assignment. It is good to confront the issues in the room before action is taken.
An idea for using "spent" grain from brewing turned into a company for Dan Kurzrock.
These are 3 types of conversations you don't want to encourage.
Don’t excuse bad workplace behavior. Don’t accept ignorance of the behaviors or turn a blind eye to them just because the employee is key or a rainmaker for the organization.
Our thinking patterns are like well-developed muscles. It takes time and focus to train and adjust them to new movements, new thoughts and messages.
Leaders aren't challenged by good times; it's how they react when things aren't going well.
Living in ignorance is no solution. You need to learn from your mistakes.
Cynicism is not the same as pessimism or skepticism. Cynicism will not bring the results or morale you seek.
It’s time to empower the women in your organization to shed their armor and lead from their feminine center.
Every manager should be looking to help employees advance, but there's no one solution. You must approach each employee based on their specific skill set, experience and career aspirations.