Category: Individual Development

Self-Management Examples to Set For Your Employees in 2020: Part 3

Self-management part 3

Over the last couple of months, we’ve been analyzing the most crucial skills needed to develop self-management in your employees. To recap, self-management is not solely one innate skill; rather, it’s a coachable mechanism that works hand-in-hand with six key skills that contribute to employees and help them stay highly motivated and productive without constant… Read more »

How to Build Self-Management In Your Employees: Part 2

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We’ve been cataloging the 6 critical skills needed to build self-management in your employees. A self-managed employee is one who is motivated, high-performing, and frequently more engaged and dedicated to their work. Self-management isn’t a single skill, but rather a set of skills that can be coached and implemented through both professional coaching and development… Read more »

Professional Development: Goals to Turn Better Managers into Great Leaders

Professional Development- Goals to Turn Better Managers into Great Leaders

Employees depend on their supervisors to create a better work culture, motivate them, and coach them throughout their roles. As such, being an effective manager requires more than just managing tasks — it requires leadership. Professional development and goal-setting play a significant role in developing a manager’s goals. Managers already spend a great deal of… Read more »

A New 3-Part Series: How to Build Self-Management In Your Employees

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In a previous blog post, we described how self-management is a critical skill for high-performing individuals who are engaged and motivated. If this isn’t happening naturally, how do you achieve this? A good way to steer this type of performance begins with proper coaching. Coaching through real-time conversations versus scheduled annual performance reviews helps create… Read more »

How to Create a Long-Term Success Plan For Your New Hires

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A new season of hiring means welcoming lots of new members to the team. Change can be challenging, so it’s important to focus on creating a long-term plan for your new hire’s success within your organization. This helps build an employee development framework for both you and the individual so they can make a smooth… Read more »

HR Students: How to Make Them Employable Right Out of School [Infographic]

Higher education costs are at an all-time high, and every student is counting on their future career to help them out of student loan debt. In today’s job market, however, it takes 3 to 6 months for these individuals to secure employment after graduation. Americans are currently suffocating in more than $1.5 Trillion of student… Read more »

Six Components of Self-Management


The office environment can be a challenging place. You have to deal with all kinds of personalities at any given time, you see things that are broken but lack the resources or influence to fix them, and, often, people who don’t understand your work are there to tell you how to do it. But, we… Read more »

Building Mental Toughness in Your Sales Team [Infographic]

Mental toughness is a unique quality found in elite athletes that allows them to maintain fortitude under stressful conditions. But mental toughness isn’t something that’s found only in athletics. The same traits that make an elite athlete also make for outstanding performers in the workplace. By targeting and developing 6 specific personality traits, you can… Read more »

The Basics and Benefits of Competency-Based Training

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Training and development play a critical role in important business outcomes like employee retention, professional development, and hiring processes like on-boarding. However, training and development is also a vital piece of workplace culture and employee engagement. Though it can be overlooked, employees need training and development catered to their individual personalities and learning habits. How… Read more »