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Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Exploring the A-Z of management
Dr Bev Kaye
For many of us, career progression means climbing the management ladder. If you work hard, you’ll eventually get your own team, and over time continue to progress further and further upward. Sounds about right… right?
Not quite. What worked for you as an individual contributor won’t directly correlate with your needs as a people manager. Management is a job in itself and so often, managers old and new are not trained in the best practices. Instead, they learn the hard way – by getting things wrong.
That’s where our next guest can help. Bev Kaye is a best selling author many times over and has a rich career in helping people understand how to be better managers. Her content has just gone live on SocialTalent, which is why we’ve asked her on the show today to talk about some of the lessons she’ll be sharing there.
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"We are in a really priviliged position in talent roles to help people realise their careers. We should always remember we are dealing with human beings with feeling and emotions. It sounds simple but can often be forgotten."
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"Don’t seek advice, often times when we look for advice we already know our opinion and are looking for validation. You are the best person to make your own decision so go with your own voice."
Founder, Recruitment Brainfood
"Job applicants should know what they love and what they don't love and recruiters had better find out. The world of recruitment is changing and what managers forget is that they need to re-recruit the people that are already there."
Author, 'Love 'em or Lose 'em'
"You have to be adaptable. You can have a negative attitude to change and that will impact everything badly or you can look at change as an opportunity. "
Chief People Officer, PTC
“To get better engagement with hiring managers and help them get better at their craft, we need to establish what good looks like and then establish feedback mechanisms. One way I have seen this done well is by having recruiters surveyed on hiring manager performance instead of the other way around.”
Founder, Recruiting Toolbox
"P - I = R. Potential minus Interference equals Results. Have a D&I goal and make that goal your potential. Then think of all the things that are going to challenge and potentially derail that goal, that is your interference. Attack all of that interference and get it out of the way so you can get results."
Author, 'RIP the Resume'
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CEO, Wilson HCG
"Build a good name. Do whatever you can to invest in others and support the community and your workspace. If you have that as your north star in your career, you will excel and you'll build great relationships and networks.
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