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Who doesn’t want to hire the best employees?
The correct answer is, of course, no one. There is a little known first step in the application process that will help you recruit the right person for the right job. That first step, utilizing an Employee Applicant Letter, is an efficient and inexpensive way to screen out employees who may not be a good fit for your company.
Beeing a Leader: Insights from the Trinity Beehive
Bee Positive, Bee Bold, Bee Ready, Bee Consistent are just a few of the 90plus BEEs you’ll enjoy discovering in this unique book. While fun to read, the content is highly relevant to anyone who cares about building and/or enhancing organizational culture.
Leading Questions for Leaders
The Leading Questions Dialogue Deck is a tool, designed for the growth and development of organizational leaders that is especially helpful for leaders who are new to formal leadership. The dialogue learning format and content are also useful in coaching subordinates.
New Employee Scavenger Hunt
ADD FUN AND EXCITEMENT TO YOUR ONBOARDING PROGRAM
Getting back to business doesn’t have to be boring or scary! As organizations and workspaces begin to reflect the “pre-pandemic times,” you’ll be bringing new staff into your organization for the first time. An Employee Scavenger Hunt is a fun and creative addition to your onboarding activities.
Ever hear someone say, “It’s all about people?” If it is all about the people, then how do we want to be together? How can we best behave in the good times and in the bad times? Everything that matters flows from how we answer the question, “How do we want to be together?”
The essence of a Thought Day is to ask an employee to be off work for a day—with pay—and request that they think about and reflect on the stated job performance concerns. The employee then returns and meets with their supervisor to discuss their perspective of the situation and develop a plan for going forward.