The critical gap when it comes to building empathy
Culture Amp | 4 MIN READ
Stacey Nordwall, Culture Amp’s People Program Lead - Leadership and Learning, explores interchangeable responses and confirming understanding, and why they’re important to building empathy in the workplace. Stacey says, “Bridging the gap from assuming you understand what it is like to be in someone’s shoes to being curious and open enough to confirm your assumption will move you toward truly building empathy.”
How to use employee exit surveys effectively
Culture Amp | 4.5 MIN READ
“No matter how excellent your culture is, people are eventually going to leave,” says Culture Amp Senior People Scientist, Fresia Jackson. She shares how to review individual and aggregate exit survey results, how to take action, and how to use survey insights to guide in-person exit interviews.
How to write a job description that attracts better candidates
Fast Company | 6 MIN READ
“If we were to boil this whole guide down to a single How to Write a Job Description for Dummies piece of advice, it would be this: Always perform a job analysis before you write your job description,” says the team at Glassdoor. They walk through how to execute this process to write better job descriptions and hire the best people.
What great coaching looks like
HBR IdeaCast | 26 MIN LISTEN
Have you ever been interested in having a personal coach? Learn the benefits from Richard Boyatzis, professor at Case Western Reserve University, and coauthor of the HBR article "Coaching for Change." Learn how the best coaches ask the right questions to help you make better choices in your career and personal life.