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4 Ways to Ensure Employee Accountability for their Work


In order to hold employees accountable for their work and meeting goals, it is important that managers are clear when assigning tasks or projects. Employees cannot be expected to be held accountable if what they need to accomplish is unclear or confusing.

Here are 4 ways to ensure employee accountability for work or projects assigned: […]

Helping a New Manager Succeed

How Effective a Manager Are You?

New managers need support to succeed in role. Consider that many individuals hired into new management roles may not have previous experience managing people; they have likely come from individual contributor roles. To make it even more challenging, they are now likely managing those individuals who were once their peers.

Consider this example:

Jeremy is […]

Are You Aware of Your Own Biases?

We are all biased in some way; it is human nature! What is key is recognizing your biases and correcting them before they damage your relationships with others and your ability to be effective in your role.

Consider if you are conscious of some common biases experienced by many:

Stereotyping. Stereotyping is unverified and oversimplified […]

Getting a New Employee Engaged - Part II

A mini case study

Please read Part I for the story.

Robert reached out to a few colleagues and friends to understand how they engage new employees within their organizations. He got a few ideas that he felt would work well within his department and the organization.

The ideas that he got and decided to […]

Getting a New Employee Engaged - Part I

A mini case study

When a new employee joins the organization, it is important to get them engaged as soon as possible. This enables them to be productive and be able to contribute sooner to the organizational goals. It also increases their comfort and confidence.

Consider this story:

Allison has recently joined Robert’s department, which […]