Last week we kicked off our series on Coaching with an introduction to the most powerful tools in coaching, Acknowledgment and Validation. Those simple tools used judiciously and authentically can make your team members feel heard and lead to increased engagement. This week we will introduce four more tools – Listening, Clarifying, Asking Permission, and […]
Last month we talked about the 4 Key Distinctions between Managers and Leaders. This month we pick up that thread with a 3-part series about coaching and managing. Over the series we will introduce some tools, and simple examples of how to use them, to inspire your inner coach. Because if you want to be […]
At The Hire, we believe the best way to make a long-term hire is to select a candidate based on strengths. Yet most companies make hiring decisions based on what’s in the ‘briefcase,’ which includes the usual suspects: Resume Relevant experience References Nailed the interview –> HIRED! While Interviews may help you understand skills, passion and […]
In our last article, we shared some horror stories about managers who were really Energy Vampires. Today we share how a great leader shows up in an organization, and what your managers can learn from them. Because while all people managers oversee a team, that does not make them a leader. So, what are effective […]
To continue our cautionary tales from earlier this month, which kicked off with 5-Interviews that would Scare your Mummy, today we dive deep into the employee lifecycle to introduce 6 “Boss” Energy Vampires! What is an Energy Vampire? Instead of blood, an energy vampire drains you so that you are unable to function properly after interacting with them. When it’s over you feel physically or mentally tired, anxious, angry, irritable… Prepare to be frightened by how these vampires have shown up in our client’s workplaces.
My Boss the Martyr.
I worked in the corporate office of a famous retail cosmetics reseller. My […]
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Pawtucket, Rhode Island — The Hire, LLC shows their support for Children’s FRIEND as a sponsor to the annual Investing in Our Children luncheon.
It’s October, New England’s trademark season for stunning foliage and hot apple cider. It is also a time for excitement across the region for most of our children. It marks the first official “day off” since summer in honor of Christopher Columbus. It buzzes with the anticipation of Halloween just around the corner. But for our most vulnerable children, these markers can be arbitrary and meaningless. Because they are concerned with things no […]
At The Hire, we know how important it is to match the right talent with the right company, and how fulfilling the right position can be for a great candidate. Because of this, we want to share some of our candidate’s great experiences with you. To kick it off, we spoke with a Project Manager who was placed with one of our clients in Rhode Island.
Happy October readers! Welcome to the season of gorgeous foliage, hot apple cider, and everything spooky. To get into the spirit, this month our blogs focus is on cautionary tales and anecdotes from the careers of our clients, candidates, and readers – and we want to thank all of you who shared so generously. Picking […]
Last week we started a discussion on leadership development and how your organization’s culture shapes, leadership networks. This week we get even more specific, focusing on how leaders develop more leaders. Because while great leader’s inspire action – poor leaders inspire exits… Great leaders engage with their teams. We’re not talking about surveys, happy hour, […]
Leaders influence behavior and performance from every position in your organization – for better and worse. So, you have a choice when you consider formal development; you can foster and support leadership at every level, or you can choose to focus on training your managers (and fall further behind the curve.