This is the fifth blog in the Cisco Partner Talent series, helping partners attract, develop, and retain the right people with the right skills at the right time. This month’s blog post goes into detail about stage five of the Cisco Fit4Talent Employee Lifecycle: Coaching and Mentoring.
Why is this important? Well, do you want to increase your firm’s profit? Productivity? Competitive edge? If the answer is yes, and I imagine it would be, you can accomplish all of that—and more—by educating your workforce.
And if you’re not convinced by all of the benefits, here’s a scary stat: people involved in training typically forget most of what they’ve learned within 60 to 90 days. So how can you prevent this knowledge “drain”? Let’s use golf as an example. Read More »
This is the third blog in the Cisco Partner Talent series, helping partners attract, develop, and retain the right people with the right skills at the right time. Last month’s blog shared talent attraction tips. This month’s blog post goes into detail about stage three of the Cisco Fit4Talent Employee Lifecycle: Onboarding.
Maybe I was wrong. Maybe he wasn’t so bad. Maybe we should get back together.
Many of us have thought something like this at some point in our lives. But you might be surprised to learn that your new employees are having these same thoughts about their previous organization—and often from day one on the job
In many cases, new employees haven’t broken their emotional ties with their previous employers, nor established new ties with you. Humetrics, a talent recruitment and retention specialist, recently conducted employee exit interviews on behalf of a client, and found that as many as 20 percent of that client’s employees would consider returning to their former employer.
The reason? They said that hadn’t yet developed an emotional attachment to their new employer. And having that emotional attachment is critical, according to Humetrics, because emotionally-connected employees are the predictor of business outcomes such as productivity, profitability, customer engagement and turnover.