Friday, March 23, 2012

Why ‘Gamify’-ing Employee On-Boarding Makes Tons of Sense

Most new-hire training looks pretty much the same. A new worker joins the organization, and for the first week we put them in a training class, have them fill out piles of paperwork, and walk them through who’s who at the company and teach them to do their jobs. Different jobs require different levels of new-hire training, but the formula is essentially the same.
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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Training Managers? Teach Leaders It’s Not About Them Anymore

Over the past three weeks, we’ve been interviewing people in my office for leadership positions on our internal teams. The process has triggered memories of the first time I applied for a supervisory position. I’d been on the job for six months, and I thought I was on the fast track. But during my interview, the questions turned to how people around me were performing. I had no idea what to say.
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