Shared Links (weekly) July 17, 2022

Shared Links (weekly) July 17, 2022

Linked: The C-suite and workplace wellness
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Linked: The C-suite and workplace wellness

Clearly, the reality is that work is too much for almost everyone across the entire spectrum, and there are lots of people looking for something better. Something that gives them the ability to be economically stable and also the ability to live a life outside of work with their mental health intact.

Linked: Succession planning isn’t only about executives

Linked: Succession planning isn’t only about executives

The importance of succession planning isn’t just about how do we replace our top executives, it’s also about how do we keep doing what we do when the person doing it isn’t here?

There are a lot of businesses dealing with employees who have resigned, who also have to figure out how they did what they did and how to train the next person to do it when no one ever wrote it down.

Write it down. Make it easy to find. Keep it updated. Because people leave.

Shared Links (weekly) July 10, 2022

Shared Links (weekly) July 10, 2022

Training, Learning and Development Folks – The Pressure is On

Training, Learning and Development Folks – The Pressure is On

They aren’t wrong. With the talent gaps being what they are in a number of industries right now, organizational leaders are turning to development and training professionals for help. Let’s face it, hiring gets a lot simpler if we have confidence that our culture and our internal resources will help these new folks that we bring in grow and continue to offer more and more value. We don’t need to wait for someone who ticks every single box that we are looking for, we can find the folks who are available now who tick the majority of them, knowing that our environment will make sure they tick the others in time.

Doing that successfully is a massive advantage in the competition for talent. Your investment pays off.

But, it puts the pressure squarely on those of us working in training and development, doesn’t it? We have to make that investment pay off.

Linked: Employee burnout is a warning sign — about your organization
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Linked: Employee burnout is a warning sign — about your organization

If you are seeing more and more people in your organization, or on your team, talking about stress, burnout, or just leaving, the solution is not a Zoom yoga session, or newsletter tips about how employees can better handle stress.

The problem is coming from inside the house, as they say in the movies.