Isabelle Clavelli

The Benefits of Delivering Regular Feedback

Employees crave feedback. According to OfficeVibe, 96% of employees say they want to hear feedback regularly. Too often though managers fail to provide feedback frequently – it gets lost in the day-to-day chaos, but it is an essential task managers must focus on in...

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Meaningful Feedback

According to Gallup, “Employees are hungry for feedback from their leaders, managers and peers. They want to gain insights that advance their abilities and future potential.” Gallup data shows that when employees strongly agree they received meaningful feedback...

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Talent Plus Strategy

“I hire the best people and get out of their way,” is a common leadership quote. It’s a smart approach and hiring good people is critical to a company’s success, however, good talent without strategic direction will likely not produce the results expected. In an...

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Mentoring Construction Employees

Employees stay with companies as they become embedded in their jobs and their communities. As they participate in their professional and community life, they develop a web of connections and relationships, both on and off the job. Leaving a job would require...

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Quiet Quitting in the Office

During the summer months, employees and managers alike can find themselves disengaged. There is a pull to be less present in the workplace. Maintaining an engaged and motivated workforce is vital to a thriving organization and enhancing your customer experience....

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Inspire Your Construction Team

The Great Resignation has resulted in a mass exodus of employees from the workforce. As of 2022, the construction industry needed to fill 650,000 jobs just to keep up with the backlog. On top of that, less than 20% of Gen Z said they would even entertain a job in...

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Goal Setting

Is your team surviving or thriving? Are they doing just enough or striving to improve? According to studies from Gartner, nearly 60% of the workforce needs new skills to do their jobs right. As shared in an article from Forbes, “To stay current, the key is...

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Quiet Firing

Managers are rarely trained to lead teams and often are left to learn on their own. As many struggle to fill vacant or new roles, managers may find themselves overlooking a replacement player and ignoring bad behaviors or poor production simply because they know it...

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