March 15, 2018 | By Mike Ryan
Organizational growth is a byproduct of its people. If a company’s employees are growing professionally, then the talent base from which it draws its productivity and its intellectual capital becomes more diverse, more capable and, of course, more committed.
However, shepherding the personal and professional growth of employees and the impact they are having on the business can get neglected. The practice of moving employees from “good” to “best” isn’t getting enough attention. How can social recognition help turn your “good” employees into your very “best?”
In this White Paper we explore:
Identifying and sustaining “good” employees
Creating and supporting the “best” employees
How Maestro helps companies manage an employee’s progression and accelerate it