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Their strengths weaknesses and interests; point out where their organization and their industry are headed; and help them pull all of that together to design their own up to the minute personalized career plans Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go is filled with practical tips guidelines and templates as well as nearly a hundred suggested conversation uestio. By 2020 50% of the work force will be Millennials and one of the biggest uestion they ask is about their career and next steps Since my company is well ahead of that curve with 60% today this title grabbed my attentionLots of good ideas that I plan to incorporate first with my team and then perhaps to help people in general Written from the Manager s point of view but could also be used for individual contributors to examine how they want to develop I especially love their metaphor of a career being like a climbing wall than a ladder

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Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go

Ter way And it’s surprisingly simple freuent short conversations with employees about their career goals and options integrated seamlessly into the normal course of business Beverly Kaye coauthor of the bestselling Love ’Em or Lose ’Em and Julie Winkle Giulioni identify three broad types of conversations that will increase employees’ awareness of. A short and useful book full of practical uestions to pose to your reports or coworkers or friends or yourself to help them in their career development I really appreciate the emphasis that career development is the responsibility of the person and the manager s role is only to guide and support So the manager definitely does not have to have all the answers and there is a lot of power in asking the right uestions that help the employee figure out what they want and how to get thereI found the uestions immediately useful as I prepared for conducting annual performance reviews with my team However I also appreciate the point that these conversations can and should happen through out the year in short segments not just once a year during an annual review and I fully intend to make a point of continuing the conversations in the months following their reviews In fact although I initially got the book from the library I almost immediately decided to purchase a used copy so that I can have it available as a referenceAdditionally I am going to sit down and run through the uestions with myself as I think they will be useful in helping me figure out my own career direction

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Study after study confirms that career development is the single most powerful tool managers have for driving retention engagement productivity and results Nevertheless it’s freuently back burnered When asked why managers say the number one reason is that they just don’t have time for the meetings the forms the administrative hoopsBut there’s a bet. As some of you that read my reviews know I joined a communication confidence and leadership growth group in January of 2016 called Toastmasters International A gentleman there took a risk by affording me the opportunity to practice my leadership skills in a way that challenged me to be uncomfortable for awhile in supporting not only myself and my club but he allowed me to serve the people of five clubs in an area of my city that I hadn t really explored much during the first roughly 40 years of my lifeI was first introduced to the gentleman in April 2017 This friend reads two to four books on leadership each year to keep current with new ideas that can help him in his career Mindful and continuous improvement are cornerstones of the advice that I have received This approach brought me to the book Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go Career Conversations Employees WantBeverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni co wrote Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go a book that gets into a concept that Goodreads calls surprisingly simple The notion underpinning the book is that freuent short conversations with employees about their career goals and options integrated seamlessly into the normal course of business will help keep employees growing engaged and happily productive within your organizationThe framework that Kaye and Winkle Giulioni voice clearly in Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go includes talks about understanding your own hindsight combining it with foresight into department company and industry trends and then joining the two with context to gain insightParaphrasing much of what the book indicates it will tell you and then did chapters three and four get into the notion of hindsight to determine who you are where you ve been what you love and where you excel Foresight in chapter five looks to have managers help employees look forward outward and toward trends changes and the big picture Chapters six through eight focus on leveraging insight from the convergence of hindsight and foresightCareer oriented books about leadership and development are definitely not the material for everyone Conversations about a Toastmasters career further are not the types of information that will excite folks Taking concrete action to lead and grow through direct action within clubs and then passive reflection and thought to shape further action is further not the thing folks wantIn combining the two and reviewing a book well at 40 starts out of 50 stars know that I received insight that I wanted while getting to practice the techniues within


10 thoughts on “Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go

  1. says:

    Yet another great read Every HR specialist and supervisormanagerexecutive needs to know these simple steps that can be taken to enable their employees to develop a career path and become fully engaged This book can also serve as the foundation for understanding the organizational talent pipeline “Career development is as important as it

  2. says:

    The book says Study after study confirms that career development is the single most powerful tool managers have for driving retention engagement productivity and results and In this book the authors talk about these benefits and various methods to discuss career development with employeesThere are several myths that managers believe and these myths stopped them from discussing career with the employees There is simply not enough t

  3. says:

    As some of you that read my reviews know I joined a communication confidence and leadership growth group in January of 2016 called Toastmasters International A gentleman there took a risk by affording me the opportunity to practice my leadership skills in a way that challenged me to be uncomfortable for awhile in supporting not only myself and my club but he allowed me to serve the people of five clubs in an area of my city tha

  4. says:

    Easy read powerful uestionsThis book provides a framework for career conversations focused on growth I've read a lot on r

  5. says:

    A short and useful book full of practical uestions to pose to your reports or coworkers or friends or yourself to help them in their career development I really appreciate the emphasis that career development is the respo

  6. says:

    Problem solved Trouble having those conversations with your employees? Weep or sweat no Pick up Help Them Grow or Watch The

  7. says:

    By 2020 50% of the work force will be Millennials and one of the biggest uestion they ask is about their career and next steps Since my company is well ahead of that curve with 60% today this title grabbed my at

  8. says:

    A well written book that could benefit managers and followers alike If managers could employ the hindsightforesightinsight model in their daily workflow it would engage followers on a direct level making them feel a part of the tea

  9. says:

    This is such a simple short read and accomplished so much It really helped me think through strategies that I'm already doing but put them in

  10. says:

    This is a great actionable book The topic is pretty common sense but most managers don’t take the time to provide employees with the career conversations they need This book provides some really great guidance and tools for managers to begin having those career conversations The book is easy to read and will help you get started right awa

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