One of the greatest traits a Team Member can have these days is resiliency. With an ever-changing workplace landscape, being able to roll with the punches is extremely valuable. That’s why March’s content focus was on building a growth mindset. With a growth mindset, Team Members can become comfortable with the uncomfortable, view challenges as learning opportunities, and are able to bounce back from setbacks with greater ease. When your team has a strong growth mindset, they’re more resilient, have higher engagement, stronger interpersonal relationships, and are overall more likely to be retained.
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Among all the discussions related to the Great Recession, there is little reference to the impact on HR leaders. The combined challenges of finding new ways to recruit and retain talent along with addressing the concerns of employees is taking a toll.
For HR leaders struggling to reduce the seemingly never-ending tasks, and optimize time to dedicate to more collaborative strategy, investing in new HR technology is a priority in 2022. Especially for companies already struggling with employee retention, HR teams need support to reduce burn-out.
The hot HR topics of the past year have never seemed to veer far from COVID-19 or the Great Resignation, but HR Executive shares a few new trends for 2022 that can help HR leaders develop better strategies for talent recruitment and engagement.
One of the many benefits of Truvelop is the messaging our Customer Success team sends to leaders and managers on the 1st and 15th of every month. Through Truvelop Tips, we share best practices, proactive recommendations, and quicks tips with end users on various topics. Here is an excerpt from the most recent Truvelop Tip: Facilitate a Growth Mindset.
As HR leaders face scrutiny and increasing demand for new ways to navigate the Great Resignation, the focus tends to be on benefits for the employees – flexible hours, permanent remote work privileges, increased salaries, shorter work weeks – however, there is a very basic way to engage employees that is often overlooked. Professional development.
There are a lot of trends developing around corporate culture as companies explore ways to engage employees in what is becoming a permanently remote workforce, and attract new talent.
In March’s Lunch and Learn, Facilitating a Growth Mindset, our users took a deep dive into how they can foster resilience and retention by shifting the perspective of their teams. In an ever-evolving work world, having Team Members who can face challenges with confidence is a trait that helps everyone thrives. Having even just one Team Member who is stuck in a fixed mindset can slow progress. In this month’s Lunch and Learn, our users exchanged ideas and best practices for how they can facilitate a growth mindset in their check-in discussions, developing long-term resilience amongst their team.
When Team Members have a strong growth mindset, they are less likely to become discouraged or demotivated when presented with a challenge or a setback. Instead, they embrace the opportunity for growth. With so many organizations focusing on retention, having individual contributors that are resilient and engaged is a top priority.
It should be no surprise to managers that employees are struggling to manage schedules and increased workloads in an ever-changing work environment. This could be resulting in decreased productivity as team members are challenged to prioritize and juggle competing demands.
Why does Truvelop prioritize a customer-centric product design?
Short answer: This benefits you, your managers, and employees! And of course, your company!
Long answer: We’ve all experienced a bad, ineffective tool. When this happens, we often stop using the tool when there is no resource or support in place to share feedback or ask questions. The concept of user friendliness and user experience is a #1 priority for Truvelop.
While there are many reasons why employees leave an organization, one of the common reasons is lack of motivation. Following two years of change and anxiety fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing workload, and evolving expectations, many employees are feeling deflated.
Following two years that have thrown employees into a masterclass for change management and adaptation, companies are exploring how to be more empathetic when engaging with team members.
As we enter the second quarter of the year, we’re shifting our focus to developing Managers into Leaders. In the upcoming months we will be exploring what it takes to be a great Manager and how our community can strengthen their leadership competencies. Here at Truvelop, we believe that Team Members leave Managers, not organizations, so by placing the focus on the Manager-Team Member relationship, we’re helping to solve for retention.
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