A few people have asked me how they can successfully onboard new employees when we’re still stuck in work from home. It’s possible, it will just require that you’re more deliberate about what you want the new team member to experience and more creative about how to make that happen remotely. Here are some strategies you can use to orient new employees in a work from home world.
January 2015 is an exciting time at Knightsbridge. Our ideas are resonating, our business is expanding, and our team is growing. That means new people to hire and integrate. Given that you only get one chance to start a relationship, I wanted to make sure to start off with a strong connection. I thought I […]
I had six different conversations about diversity this week. Of all the methods I use to come up with content for this blog, I take the synchronicity rule most seriously—if six different people want help to think through the topic of diversity in one week, it’s time to write a post. Here are some of […]
Too many talented people on your team could actually hamper performance rather than improve it. This is the finding of new research due out in the journal Psychological Science. The findings come from studies of professional sports teams in the World Cup (football/soccer), NBA (basketball), and Major League Baseball. But they apply to your team […]