The most valuable asset within your business is the people. This is true of any industry and any business. However, finding new team members can be a costly, time-consuming, and often frustrating process.
A few months ago, my 5-year-old son was identifying one of his classmates for me and he referred to her skin colour as ‘brown’. Panic. I felt a wave of parental pressure descending as I realised I didn’t know if this was an acceptable description or if I should correct him.
Last year was known for being the year of “The Great Resignation.” With both employers and employees being faced with difficult challenges, and many employees facing unhappiness – we have gathered some advice on how to navigate these challenges.
The Condor Collective believes 2022 will be a year of new beginnings. This is a great time for companies to deep dive into what will help excel their growth now we are (hopefully!) moving into a post COVID world. Whether you want to drive productivity in your teams in the next year or you have a growth strategy which requires taking on more people, investment in diversity should be a key focus for all business leaders.
The phrase, ‘survival of the fittest’ is commonly interpreted to mean survival of those ‘in the best physical shape’, i.e. the biggest or strongest. However, this understanding of the phrase is a misinterpretation in both the natural world and the business world.
Separating the person from the behaviour, particularly when it’s a negative behaviour, can help maintain confidence and doesn’t act as a self-fulfilling prophecy.