First of all, get all people managers to listen to the needs of the team in the field and on the frontlines and provide a way for information about risks and safety to flow in daily. Secondly, create an employee task force to review these daily reports for prompt follow-up and action. – Madhukar Govindaraju, Numly™, Inc.
A culture reset, elevation of awareness and deconstruction of critical skills are paramount for delivering a shared vision and broadening the narrative of DEIB. Learn how Critical Skills Matter For DEIB Success.
Numly™ Founder & CEO Talks As Part of Forbes Expert Panel In The Article – ’11 Vital Parts Of Mindfulness Training For Employees’
Any successful mindfulness training program for your teams should make you a good coach by combining active listening and reflective coaching, which are both critical skills to learn during any mindfulness training program. – Madhukar Govindaraju, Numly™, Inc.
Numly™ Founder & CEO Talks As Part of Forbes Expert Panel In The Article – ’15 Key Benefits Of DEI To Communicate With Team Members’
Numly™ Founder & CEO Talks As Part of Forbes Expert Panel In The Article – ’15 Smart Strategies For Transitioning Responsibilities To A New Hire’
Madhukar Govindaraju, Founder and CEO of Numly™, talks about three strategies that make a huge difference when it comes to helping new hires take on new responsibilities in the company.
Peer Coaching – The Critical Pillar to Drive Employee Experience and Engagement in Hybrid Workplaces
The pandemic has impacted the way work happens and there is a need to drive unprecedented business transformation. Organizations must now prepare to hone their critical skills to cope with all-pervasive uncertainty. With the current dynamics disrupting and resetting business models and objectives, there is a need to focus on developing skill sets that drive the organization’s competitive advantage. This article talks about how peer coaching is the right way to drive performance and productivity by helping employees hone their critical skills.
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Numly™ Founder & CEO Talks As Part of Forbes Expert Panel In The Article – ’15 HR Skills Every Professional Can Benefit From Learning’
All HR leaders should practice active listening and developing a sense of urgency and accountability when it comes to follow-up actions. HR leaders often only move with a sense of urgency on matters that have legal consequences and are not as fast about meeting people’s true, empathetic needs. – Madhukar Govindaraju, Numly™, Inc.
Numly™ Founder & CEO Talks As Part of Forbes Expert Panel In The Article – ’14 Smart Ideas For Building A Strong Employer Brand That Attracts Top Talent’
HR leaders need to transform the definition of engagement to include networking, making connections, fostering inclusion and belonging, sharing knowledge, providing empathetic work support and peer coaching, and, most importantly, enabling skills development and career growth. – Madhukar Govindaraju, Numly™, Inc.