Resources for Feedback, Productive Meetings, Leadership and Career

by Jennifer Miller on November 10, 2014

in Answers.com, Human Resources, Leadership, Workplace Issues

Last month’s article for HR Answers was a bit of a smorgasbord. I covered meetings, giving feedback to a colleague and reviewed a total of nine books on popular HR and Leadership themes such as employee engagement, organizational culture, and establishing a thriving career.

People love to hate meetings. I tend to swim upstream on this one – I think meetings do have a place in organizational life IF they are run well. Read 7 Reasons People Hate Attending Meetings – and What You Can Do About It to find out if you’re running meetings that people dread.

Giving feedback to colleagues is a crucial communication skill. But, it’s not always easy to do. My article How to Give Feedback to a Co-Worker in 6 Easy Steps  gives you a framework so that you can avoid that awkward silence that follows after, “I have some feedback for you. . .”

 

In Leaders – Drive Culture and Improve Employee Engagement with these Resources  I review five of my favorite books on how leaders can create thriving, healthy organizational cultures.

Readers of my blog tell me how much they enjoy the articles about building a satisfying career. So I did a round-up of four books that will help you do just that. Check it out at: 4 Books to Help You Build a Successful Career.

Happy reading!

 

 

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