Financial incentives only work when there is a perception of procedural justice. Employees must trust the performance management and reward system are fair. This requires a decision-making process that is unbiased, consistent, and generally fair.
Hybrid Workplace And Supervision
If you worry about employee productivity while working from home, then work on your own personal and professional development as a manager and a leader so you build enough confidence in yourself that you can lead with trust.
Great Leaders Turn Strengths Into Results
Hire motivated people with unique strengths and then find ways how to develop their strengths to the point of mastery. You turn everyone’s strengths into results.
Why You Desperately Need More Interruptions At Work
Not all interruptions are created equal. Many of them can slow down your progress on a given task but can provide vital information for long-term success and, more importantly, make you feel valued. They create a feeling that you belong.
How To Develop Good Judgment
With solid critical thinking, you won’t be at the mercy of those trying to take advantage of you. You won’t accept what you hear or read blindly. You will have your life under your control.
Performance Management And The Paradox Of Meritocracy
To build a genuinely meritocratic system, it is not enough to claim the value of meritocracy. You need to design processes and policies in a way that limits the opportunity for biases and prejudices to come into play, and that often means relying more on algorithms, transparency, and accountability and less on managerial discretion.
Set This Type Of Goals To Be Happy
The ancient Stoics, more than two thousand years ago, knew that path to happiness and satisfaction with life leads through knowing what to focus on. It is the realization that there are things in life that are not under your… Read More ›
Why Your Leadership Development Model Doesn’t Work
Depending on the source, leadership development is a $14 billion, $24 billion, or even $50 billion market in the US alone. And yet it is difficult to find the return on the investment. Companies are not performing significantly better, and… Read More ›
How To Achieve Your Goals: Have A Routine
In the previous articles of the series (Know Your Priorities and Remove Distractions), I talked about motivation, how it is overrated and that you don’t need it to achieve your goals. I also talked about the importance to focus on… Read More ›
How To Achieve Your Goals: Remove Distractions
In the previous article of the series, I talked about motivation and how it is overrated. You don’t need motivation to achieve your goals. You just need to get started. I also talked about the importance to focus on the… Read More ›