Thirty-three Percent of Your Leaders are Looking for Other Work!
Recently Modern Survey posted a blog titled American’s Leadership Exodus talking about 33% of leaders at organizations with 100+ employees are currently look for a new job. While this is shocking, it’s not surprising. Evaluating what has occurred in industry since early 2000, much has changed. In the early 2000’s there was a “war on talent” where the job openings out numbered quality candidates. More people were employed than there were jobs available. Then in the mid-2
“20 years down the tubes! Anyone know of any places hiring? Preferably full-time?”
This was a recent post on Facebook with many comments about how the poster was treated poorly, disbelief that after 20 years someone could be let go, about the bad management/company, etc.... Others posted about what types of new jobs the poster should look for, “you should do X” and “Y is hiring”, etc. All of these comments are well intended, but as a Career Coach—I cringed at the actual post and the comments. First, let’s look at the the post itself: “20 years down
Mastering the Soft Skills: 5 Unspoken Rules Every Manager Should Know
Great article sharing rules that are rarely trained on in HR, yet have a relevant place in how we work and influence others. https://t.co/Jpc0zl5yG0
Facebook Assessments—can we really rely on them?
I love taking the fun assessments on Facebook - What Your Hate Says About You (to try the quiz click here). I’m a Stubborn Intellectual based on how I answered questions about the time I go to bed or wake up, the type of housework I hate, whether I loathe Kanye or Kim more and despise cats or goldfish. Also, What is your Disney Personality Type? This is based on your Meyers Briggs Type. I’m Belle “Quick to see the best in people, you are good-natured and compassionate. You ha