ICYMI: Your Executives Don't Know Everything
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ICYMI: Your Executives Don't Know Everything

August 28, 2019

ICYMI: Your Executives Don't Know Everything

Cornerstone Editors

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Your Executives Don't Know Everything: Four Ways to Mentor Senior Employees

Think your CFO doesn't need any help to thrive? Think Again. Not only do the majority of execs welcome development training, but losing an executive is expensive—replacing a senior leader can cost up to 213 percent of the employee's salary. Find out how HR can better meet the development needs of senior staff.

Job burnout. It's something most of us will experience at least once in our careers. But as an HR manager, you are in a unique position to help reignite smoldering workers before they look elsewhere for employment. From big data to local sports teams, there are plenty of creative ways to keep the fire burning.

Feel like there's a gap between your corporate messaging and what's happening on the ground? There probably is. A UCLA study revealed only 7 percent of communication is verbal, while 93 percent is body language and tone of voice. Find out which common messages are often disconnected from what's actually going on in the workplace.

Do you dread holding one-on-one meetings with employees? The bad news is they aren't going anywhere—having regular one-on-ones with employees is key to being an effective leader. The good news? Using these ten tips you can turn those dreaded one-on-ones into motivational and meaningful meetings.

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