Developing Your Employees Video Series
Not much of a surprise! When you invest in training and professional development for your people, it tells them that you value them.
Ask about and support your employees’ career aspirations.
As a leader, you are a role model. So set an example as a continuous learner.
When you admit your mistakes, you show employees that vulnerability is a sign of strength, you create a learning environment.
If your employees don’t know what your goals and intentions are for the long-term, then they will not be in any position to help you get there.
If you want to grow and develop your staff, get them to train others.
Advance employee development by asking more and answering less.
Find opportunities to showcase your people’s strengths.
Make it safe for your people to make mistakes.
Five tips to offer specific constructive feedback so that your employees can grow and develop.
Schedule regular one-on-one conversations with your staff.
Jointly create a tailored plan for professional development and learning.
Set up a formal mentoring program.
Establish, monitor and publicize performance metrics.
Set your people up to succeed by giving them the tools and resources they need.
Implement a tuition reimbursement program.
When you allow your people to struggle, you actually help them grow.
Normalize failure and systematize how you learn from it.
Increase employee engagement by celebrating and sharing small wins.
“Learn at Lunch” sessions can be a great way to create a culture that values employee training.
If you are going to grow and develop your staff, then they need to be financially literate; they need to know about the dollars and cents.
Include your high-potential employees in your hiring efforts.
Be deliberate about praising and acknowledging your staff for their good work.
Promote and support mental and physical health initiatives for your people.
Deliberately find ways so that your employees can interact and build relationships with your clients.