Posts Tagged: value

Making Yourself a More Valuable Employee

Recently our training manager at Veterans United Home Loans presented management curriculum on Maximizing Value. The focus was on creating added value through customary avenues like time allocation, resource management, efficiency, and process improvement. We also highlighted a critical, yet often neglected area associated with Maximizing Worth. Namely, modeling behaviors that keep your role and team’s contribution an unmistakable…read more

Stop Expecting Perfection: Decide What’s Important

It has occurred to me that the notion that there is only one perfect way of doing things is a dangerous habit for an HR professional. In practical terms, it isn’t possible in most cases, and also it promotes a level of uniformity about things that may result in stymied creativity. That doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t strive for some level of polish, but it does mean we should have a meaningful discussion about the cost of the pressure of uniformity.

I Am Done Playing Nice

Do you stifle your employees? Just because the economy isn’t what it once was, it does not mean that there aren’t jobs out there for people who want to leave your organization.