Managing a team is often rewarding, but when it’s your job to be the bearer of bad news, being a leader can be hard and heartbreaking. Although giving your team bad news is never going to be easy, here are a few ways to make the process as smooth and supportive as possible.
Consultants are often hired to do special projects, while employees focus on their normal jobs. But what happens if the roles are reversed—the consultant does the day-to-day work and the employee gets the juicy project? Find out more in this article from Salo’s John Bankhurst.Continue Reading
A crisis like COVID-19 makes it hard to focus on day-to-day work. And, there’s a good reason why. However, there’s still work to be done. As a manager, you can alleviate stress and help your team stay productive. Check out this article to see how.Continue Reading
Consulting is often about filling a critical role on an interim basis, but the experienced consultants can also offer unique, external perspectives to help objectively answer the big-picture questions of an organizational assessment. Check out more in this article from Salo’s Daniel Newham.
Rather than hiring talent to solve current business problems, we seek talent that will help build the Salo of tomorrow. Brooke Baker, Salo’s talent acquisition lead discusses how unique perspectives and experiences are successfully integrated.