A Note From Rene’
As the year is coming to a close, this is a great time for reflection…both personally and professionally. Often times, these two worlds intersect. As a leader, do you know what challenges your team is dealing with at home that might be impacting them at work? One of this month’s articles focuses on how being a care giver impacts so many, whether it be for children, parents or anywhere in between. I hope you find the article thought provoking. The other article discusses the importance of doing a SWOT analysis. I find doing this near the end of the year to be quite beneficial. Assess how your year was, learn from it and apply that to your 2023 plan.
As always, if I can be of any assistance, please reach out.
I wish each and every one of you a joyous holiday season.
5 Things Employers Get Wrong About Caregivers at Work
There is a large group of employees at nearly every company that have much to contribute to organizations but may need thoughtful policies to thrive. Supporting this group is integral to DEI, loyalty, and retention goals, and yet few companies even track their status. The group I’m talking about is caregivers.
They are the fastest growing workplace identity group, and they make up around 73% of the workforce. “Caregiver” is a broad term on purpose — it includes parents, those caring for elderly family members, and those supporting a sick or disabled child, sibling, or spouse. Read More…
SWOT Analysis: What It Is and When to Use It
To run a successful business, you should regularly analyze your processes to ensure you are operating as efficiently as possible. While there are numerous ways to assess your company, one of the most effective methods is to conduct a SWOT analysis.
A SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis is a planning process that helps your company overcome challenges and determine what new leads to pursue. Read More…