Every week, I read dozens of articles about management, human resources, and employee development. I look for advice grounded in reality that small and large companies can easily use to help people engage, perform, and improve. I’ve pulled the best ones from this week so you can get right to the good stuff.
Top CEOs Favorite Interview Questions [Infographic]
Here’s a list of unconventional interview questions from CEOs around the world. I think some of these folks are just trying to be clever with questions like “What’s your spirit animal?” and “What’s the last costume you wore?” But there are some thought provokers here. You can tell a lot about a candidate by how they react to the curve balls. Read more.
Effective Training: Good Communication Can Make or Break Your Training
With training available in classrooms, over webinars and through videos, the key to getting your team to take it seriously is in the communication. You have to let folks know the value of the training, get them excited about how much it will improve their working lives, and let them know how to access it. Read more.
Turning a Tangent into Creativity
If you struggle to keep your team meetings from going off on tangents, maybe you should give up the fight. Margery Weinstein for Training Magazine argues that tangents can help you learn more about your team and spark creativity. Read more.
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If you’re looking for some help with your training, there’s bound to be a tool in this list that fits your needs. Read more.
Here’s What Happens When You Give Your Employees More Independence
This Fortune article offers tips for giving your team room to think creatively and then guiding their efforts toward scalable innovation for your business. Read more.
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