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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Training & Development

TINYpulse's Complete Guide to Management Skills

Becoming a manager is tough. Not only do you have your own goals, projects and deadlines to worry about, but now you have to worry about other people’s too. It's a daunting prospect. And if you're reading this, chances are you're new to management and looking for some tips to set you on the right track. If that's the case, congrats - you've come to the right place! Throughout this guide, we'll cover the basic management skills you'll need to be successful. If it seems like a lot to juggle, don't sweat it. Some of these skills you might already have and just need fine tuning in. For the ones you think could use some work, even a few small weekly changes will make a big impact on your team's engagement.

How TINYpulse Uses TINYpulse

The TINYpulse platform provides an easy way for employees to share their voice. But it’s up to the platform’s admins to decide how that feedback will be handled. Every company is unique, and what works for one company may not work for another. Here at TINYpulse, we’re constantly evaluating how we interact with the tool to make sure both employees and managers benefit from its use as much as possible.

6 Management Problems That Dissolve When You Use TINYpulse

Managers have a lot to juggle. In addition to concrete problems involving strategy and finances, managers also have to deal with less tangible issues that affect attitudes and relationships.

The Playbook for Developing High-Potential Employees

Some of your employees are way more gifted than the rest of their peers, and as a manager, you can tell. Researchers from MIT and Harvard have found that companies can consistently identify 3% to 5% of their workforce as high-potential employees (HiPos), or workers who go above and beyond every day.

5 Reasons to Stop What You're Doing and Register for TINYcon

It's easy to talk yourself out of committing to an annual conference. If you are a manager, the thought of investing in your career beyond listening to podcasts and buying a couple of books can be overwhelming. If you are an HR professional, it can be even harder to ask your employer for the fees and possibly travel expenses to Seattle so that you can add value to your current role.

5-Point Checklist for Effective Employee Onboarding

  You've spent the last several weeks or even months tracking down the perfect candidate for a position you needed to fill desperately. After some back and forth negotiations, you've finally convinced this person to accept your offer. Hooray!