What the Hecht? Blog
Real Life HR Stories & News
Be the leader who lives the culture, walks the talks, connects, and shows people you care. Culture + Leadership + Connection=Engagement
A great leader must look up, be present, be aware, determine next steps, and act to make a difference.
Avoid a licorice mess! The leader has an important role, like the mom, you must be present, aware, train, encourage, coach, counsel, and reward good performance.
In real life, we may choose to conceal our true self, but our outside cannot be disguised…it exists, and it is real. Diversity, equity, and inclusion shape every aspect of our lives and society.
Mom was right! “Telling it like it is” is respectful, solution-oriented, minimizes second-guessing, and provides an opportunity to learn for the future.
Culture matters! It impacts employee engagement, service, sales, and profit. Culture will be an annual goal and evolving theme in the life of your company.
The company is not walking its talk; they say one thing and do another. This leads to frustration and mistrust. How can I avoid this?
When you think you know, it is time to learn. A situation that reveals unconscious bias is an opportunity to reflect, plant mental seeds, and choose your future behavior.
The business changes and practices we were “forced” to make last year are the new reality in 2021 and going forward. Are you ready to recruit? Three things you need to do, right now!
Shift, change, pivot, and learn to live life differently, as this year has included an unexpected plot twist. How to deal with this, get back to basics…AGAIN!
You cannot be inclusive without also being exclusive. What to do when good intentions lead to unintended consequences?
Right now, we may feel that our normal way of life has gone up in flames. How do we move forward? One Step At a Time.
Do your new employees feel like the are in the “out crowd”? Start engaging DAY 1! To learn more read the “What the Hecht”? blog- https://glennahecht.com/Lonely Lunch
People “give up” when the road appears too steep or treacherous. There is no shame in leaning on others, we all become stronger as a result.
Making a change with an underperforming employee is difficult, but it provides an opening to hire the next rock star who may help change the face of the company! Remember, the devil you know may not be better than the devil you don’t!
Now is the time for employers to be crystal clear about who they are, what they believe, and what they will support. Read the What the Hecht blog “Shifting Sands”
Your next great transformation can come from anyone or anywhere in the organization, are you willing to listen? Read the What the Hecht blog “A No. 1 Hit.”
“Coloring outside the lines” gave the world the wheel, the light bulb, flight, vaccines, streaming video, and peanut butter cups … to name a few. How many times do we squash creative ideas because they are not “perfect?”