Why Your Business Needs Strong Trust Heuristics By using this process, you can prevent other problems from occurring. The Trust Algorithm and Other Rules of Thumb Building company culture and strong teams starts with one simple component — trust. To better understand this concept of building trust, a business owner must be able to convert
Remember the “good old days” when you could see people in their cubes so you could tell they were working? Wrong! Seeing people with your eyes doesn’t guarantee their productivity and performance. But with Performentor, it’s obvious that having a fully remote team racks up our salary expense while having a negative impact on productivity.
As the owner of a fractional HR services firm, you might think I am inclined to overestimate the value of HR for a small organization. “When is the right time to add HR?” and “Isn’t HR expensive?” are questions frequently posed to us and ones that we were reminded of during CED’s recent Venture Connect
As the late John F. Kennedy once said, “Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.” New years bring with them the possibilities of improvements, changes and successes which take time, energy and focus to attain. As a fractional HR services and organizational behavior management consultancy, Performentor frequently works with businesses on performance related projects
Your business is growing and you want to keep the momentum going. Tomorrow you will hire your ninth employee, but someday soon you hope to hire your 99th. While each new hire presents unique challenges and opportunities, what we at Performentor have found is that there are key similarities in the challenges and decision points
One of the hardest things to commit enough time to in a fast-growing business is training our new leaders how to be effective managers of people. Unfortunately, a lot of off-the-shelf leadership training talks about scary compliance, managerial tactics, leadership styles, and other fluffy stuff. Not exactly people science.
You’ve seen it happen again and again. You are debating with your team on how to solve a big, hairy problem. After much deliberation, you see one solution as best. Another leader sees a different solution as ideal. And here you thought you two were all synced up on your goals. What the heck do
Check out that log jam. Looks bad, doesn’t it? Do you ever feel like that picture describes how work gets done (or doesn’t get done) in your business? Promising progress all jammed up by poor communication, confusion, and/or bureaucracy. That’s a profit margin killer right there. This is NOT what you want.