Five Commitments of a SMART Career Professional. Working SMART is on the leading edge of a bigger trend where we are responsible for managing ourselves, our careers and the transitions that come when moving from one role to the next throughout our careers.
This week I’m sharing an older Forbes article that quickly hits on all 3 critical success factors for an engaged workforce that achieves org strategy. I’m sharing with my students in my upcoming class, Developing Human Capital, and thought I’d share here as well.
Dave Ulrich Today, I spoke to Dave Ulrich, who is a Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, a partner at the RBL Group, and Executive Director of the RBL Institute. His latest book is called HR from the Outside In: Six Competencies for the Future of Human […]
When shared power of intention, high trust and 3 competent colleagues come together… this is what can happen. Charlie Grantham helps you peek behind our team curtain to see how a new, busy virtual team really works – our co-founder team at The Smart Workplace. Read his observations in the full post.
Quoting from Nadella: “We are in pursuit of a common mission centered on empowering people and organizations.”
And from Weiner: “Culture and values provide the foundation upon which everything else is built. They are arguably our most important competitive advantage, and something that has grown to define us. It’s one thing to change the world. It’s another to do it in our own unique way: Members first. Relationships matter. Be open, honest and constructive. Demand excellence. Take intelligent risks. Act like an owner.”
An engaged, collaborative mobile workforce is critical to delivering great results. But It IS challenging to motivate teams across a virtual distance. Learn how to be more a more effective virtual manager.