People power your business - and success can hinge on your hiring, inspiring, and keeping the right ones. As a manager, are you cultivating this vital resource? Is there more you could be doing? Are you just winging it?
Every HR executive has a laundry list of things they wish managers knew: best practices that would enable the entire organization to operate more effectively, transforming those managers into exceptional - and highly promotable - leaders. Now, in this accessible and practical playbook, HR expert and author Paul Falcone shows listeners how to:
Identify the best and the brightest talent
Hire for organizational compatibility
Address uncomfortable workplace situations
Create an environment that motivates
Retain restless top performers
Reengage your team after a layoff or during times of adversity
Skillfully conduct performance reviews
Take corrective action
Sidestep litigation landmines
Delegate in a way that develops your staff
And much, much more
From recruiting to retaining, 75 Ways for Managers to Hire, Develop, and Keep Great Employees has all the advice you need to overcome your toughest people challenges.
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The best written comprehensive HR book, period.
- Rahman Touman
Must read for managers who want a strong team!
Develop - Common-sense - Real World scenarios
A quick listen and can get through a lot of material and then use it right away with my employees the same day.
Not that kind of book. I was overwhelmingly impressed with Falcone's way to take difficult situations in the workplace and be able to articulate them for human resources practitioners or a seasoned senior manager who wants more knowledge. But on the other hand, a newly promoted manager or supervisor could use all of the tips in this book and be so far ahead of their leadership game!
If you oversee a team at work, you must buy this book and listen to it three or four times until it permeates your mind to be able to repeat back what Paul says as employee advice. This book will assist you in your path to becoming a great leader!
- Marisa Foasberg