Larry Cipolla
Leadership Lens: How to tell if your employee evaluations are actually working

If your system of employee performance evaluation isn’t yielding results, it could be time for a change. 

January 27, 2014
Larry Cipolla
Three signs of unhappy employees

If your workforce is becoming disengaged, it could be time for a change. 

January 20, 2014
Larry Cipolla
Leadership Lens: Managing remote employees

Allowing your employees to work remotely can be a good way of cutting overhead and giving them freedom. But how can you manage them most effectively?

January 18, 2014
Larry Cipolla
360 degree assessments are the key to promoting the right employees

A 360 degree feedback assessment is a good way to evaluate which employees could do well in a different role. 

January 17, 2014
Larry Cipolla
Four tips for designing an employee self-evaluation

Many employees have a difficult time evaluating their own strengths and weaknesses. Thus, it’s important to design an evaluation that helps them through this process.

January 9, 2014
Larry Cipolla
Why employee opinion surveys are still essential workplace tools

With the advent of and evolving style of employee opinion surveys, organizations can better understand where their team members are coming from.

October 17, 2013
Larry Cipolla
Talent War: What is it good for?

Are your employees ready to leave for a competitor? Implement 360 degree feedback to find the best way to encourage them to stay by creating a plan for positive growth. 

October 11, 2013
Larry Cipolla
Study: Congressional staff more engaged than general workforce

According to research from the Congressional Management Foundation 63 percent of congressional staff said that they were determined to accomplish their work goals, while just 34 percent of the broader U.S. business world felt the same way.

September 11, 2013
Larry Cipolla
Why even the best can become better

What came first, a good hire or a strong company?

September 11, 2013
Larry Cipolla
Help employees meet their job expectations

Recent research shows that job applicants often find themselves misled, and that once hired, their responsibilities were not what was advertised to them.

June 12, 2013