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Good compensation is a cornerstone in how to make employees feel valued; after all, few of us want to – or could - work without salary. But if a guaranteed pay cheque at the end of each month were all it took, well-reimbursed positions would seldom be left.
The manager who pays attention to what makes their employees feel valued will be rewarded with greater loyalty, productivity and motivation among their team members. The following strategies, backed up by scientific data, are designed to be incorporated into your daily managerial duties.
It was the largest event of its kind in Europe, attended by over 600 women in technology from across the world, presided over by key players from the most exciting and changeable industry of our times. The second annual everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology saw thought leaders share their advice for the sector and its would-be leaders.
“Alpha males need to get on the page”
“The future belongs to young people with an education and the imagination to create,” said US President Barrack Obama. But for the young or youthful of appearance trying to make headway in the workplace, the more pertinent question is likely to be: How do I make a difference now?
All the research shows that first impressions do count, appearances can matter, and your level of skill and experience is a factor in how seriously you’re taken. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make your mark as the youngest kid on the block.
Up to 85% of all jobs are secured through face-to-face networking, or because of someone a candidate already knew – that’s according to a study by Harvard Business School.
You can’t afford to leave your professional network to chance – commit to growing and nurturing it both online and offline, with a little help from the tips of well-connected women around the world.
Managed well, a performance review has the power to supercharge your direct report’s motivation, confidence and ambition levels. And yet, for many employees, the very idea of a performance review elicits “frustration”, “anxiety” and “boredom”.
All that work on your CV has done the trick and now you’re drawing on the everywomanNetwork’s wealth of resources to prepare for that job interview. As you put the final touches to your winning strategy, heed the lessons – in both job interview success and failure - from the women who’ve gone before.i
More than 80% of delegates participating in our recent webinar ‘How to achieve your leadership ambitions’ said that they are already working towards serving on a board – a fantastic result worth celebrating, particularly in light of International Women’s Day’s quest for women and girls to take responsibility for achieving their workplace ambitions.
Making your slideshow stand out from the crowd while keeping to your timeslot and presenting yourself at your confident best to a roomful of colleagues – small wonder public speaking is such a nerve-inducing feat of the modern workplace.
Nominations open for 2016 Worldpay everywoman in Retail Ambassadors Programme.
14 March 2015: Retail achievers who exude passion and ambition are urged to enter the 2016 Worldpay everywoman in Retail Ambassadors programme, which launches today. This initiative champions and promotes women in retail and increases awareness of the diverse range of opportunities for women in retail, inspiring more women to consider a career in this industry.
‘Authenticity’ is the leadership quality you’re told to strive for – and in doing so you may find yourself sharing personal anecdotes, beliefs and opinions with those you work with. But how much of yourself is it wise to put out there, and can revealing too much backfire?
At everywoman, we know that passion, aspiration and fortitude are key ingredients in creating the next generation of female business leaders and entrepreneurs. That’s why we’re asking you to come forward and share your story of how you got to where you are today, as part of an exciting new not-for-profit social enterprise, Modern Muse.
We’re asking women from all walks of life, at every level of their career, to become a Modern Muse to introduce young women and girls to the amazing range of career opportunities available as they prepare for their future.
Regularly unplugging from technology has a rejuvenating effect on even the most stressed out employee, making you a greater conversationalist who sleeps deeper, engages more with others, comes up with better ideas and even stands up straighter.[i]