If you are a manager, then you’ve had at least one difficult and uncomfortable conversation with an employee regarding their performance. Usually, the conflict arises because of the different perspectives you and your employee may have, concerning what an acceptable performance is.
It's Friday morning. After a short walk I headed to the gym for a yoga and breathing session. However, this session didn’t conform to its usual flow. I was too distracted by last night’s conversation with a friend, the managing partner of a private company. His continuous dilemma? How to balance the need to massively increase workforce performance with his passion for employee retention.
For many organizations, strategy is synonymous with organizational objectives, goals, or even their business plan. It is something organizations spend considerable time and money to produce- whether it is being created by a strategy team inside of the company, or being outsourced to consultants and experts.