Post-Policy

Execupundit

I would bet that many of you have seen a huge amount of work and time devoted to getting a policy adopted only then to see the major players walk away with the assumption that the policy would automatically and effectively put into practice. But hey, we adopted the policy."

The "Without Glasses" Policy

Execupundit

They insisted that I remove my glasses Around a year ago I had a passport renewed and received the sad news that I could not wear eyeglasses for the passport photo despite the fact that, being as blind as the famous bat, I wear glasses almost all of the time.

3 Problems with Your Open Door Policy and What To Do Instead

Let's Grow Leaders

An open door policy doesn’t get you what you need to lead. The intent behind your open door policy is good: a door that is figuratively always open to encourage transparency, open lines of communication, a standing invitation for your employees to […].

How to Stop Writing so Many Policies

Leadership Freak

Fear drives excessive policy-making. But policies don’t ignite passion. Excessive policy-making hobbles employees and hinders organizations. Policies are written for protection and often explain what shouldn’t or can’t be done. Remarkable organizations are… Continue reading → Leading Managing Success Taking others higher Leadership Development leadership success Organizational Development organizational success

5 Tips For Writing A Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don't write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

Fewer Policies – More Conversations

Leadership Freak

I know they’re necessary, but I hate policies. Leaders who love policies hamper leadership and hinder organizations. Policies are the result of leadership distance. The further you are from the action, the… Continue reading → Communication Trust Leadership Development Organizational Development

The Real Reason Many Policies are Written

Ron Edmondson

Many policies are written, because someone didn’t want to solve a problem. Churches, in my experience, are notorious for creating a new policy to attempt to manage the problem rather than doing the difficult work of solving it. Policies are easy.

Does Your Company Have a Distracted Driving Employee Policy?

Women on Business

Female Executives Human Resources Issues Small Business distracted driving employee policies employer policies nhtsa We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now.

Five Tips For Writing A Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

Tips For Writing A Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

Five Tips For Writing Company Policies

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don't write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

How To Write A Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

Enterprise policy chrome pdf reader

C-Level Strategies

For IT professionals who want to advance their careers with new skills, users can check in and out PDFs in Foxit Archive for easier document collaboration through Enterprise policy chrome pdf reader Reader.

3 Reasons Your Policies Might be Wasting Your Volunteers

Ron Edmondson

3 Reasons Your Policies Might be Wasting Your Volunteers. We no longer create a policy-based ministry. Policies tend to be the go-to for anyone leading a team of volunteers. Policies don’t allow your volunteers’ individuality to shine.

Policies, Not Results

Execupundit

At The New York Times : An interesting essay by economist and professor N. Gregory Mankiw on how to grade presidents on the economy

How To Write A Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

5 Tips For Writing An Effective Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

How To Write A Company Policy: 5 Tips

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

What’s Your Policy?

Kevin Eikenberry

Sorry if the title sounds like an insurance commercial – I promise that isn’t want this post is about. Today’s quotation is from a famous leader – one of my favorites – and a guy who is getting more popular than ever. A book about his life (well, his death), is a recent bestseller. That [.]. Leadership Learning Personal Development Quotations Uncategorized Abraham Lincoln

5 Tips For Writing A Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

A Personal "Don't Do" Policy

Chris Brady

The following article comes from Jack Canfield, co-author of the record-breaking Chicken Soup for the Soul books (see the official credit at the bottom of this posting). I like most of what he's. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]. LLR Daily Application

4 Reasons Why I Hate Policies and Rules and 4 Suggestions for Improvement

Ron Edmondson

I’m not a huge fan of policies. Policies are defined as a course, plan or principle of action. In theory, policies are to make things better. Without some policies we would have chaos. If not careful, a policy may control the success you want to see as a leader.

4 Reasons Why I Hate Policies and 4 Suggestions to Improve Them

Ron Edmondson

I’m not a huge fan of most policies. It may be because I’m not a very good rule follower, but I honestly don’t think many policies work as well as they are intended. Policies are defined as a course, plan or principle of action. I love good policies.

Good Neighbor Policy

Execupundit

At The Dish : A very interesting chart on racism in the world

Rats, Snakes, and HR Policies

Execupundit

In Victorian times, at the height of the British Empire, the governors of Colonial India were very worried about the number of cobras in Delhi — no self-respecting bureaucrat has a liking of venomous snakes. Read the rest of James Lawther here. How could a government program go wrong

Creating an Effective Cell Phones at Work Policy

HR Digest

And the most promising solution is an effective cell phone policy. But while creating an employee cell phone policy , there is a need to strike a balance – accepting when it should be allowed or completely restricted. A poor version of the policy can compromise productivity. To a large extent, some employers want to believe they have sold their policy rights to the need for personal cell phones at work to increase communication, mostly with the remote workers.

The Reason Many Policies are Written

Ron Edmondson

Many policies are written because someone didn’t want to solve a problem. Most of the time, however, in my experience, churches are notorious for creating a new policy to attempt to manage the problem rather than doing the difficult work of solving it. Policies are easy.

On Leadership, Generations and Social Media Policy

Linked 2 Leadership

These days, almost every orientation handbook has it: the dreaded social media policy. Does your company have a social media policy for all generations? For those organizations that do, some policies can be fairly liberal, like when social media can be used during working hours. Some are more stringent- like how employees use their accounts on […]. Future Leadership Issues Organizational Health Team Building Leadership generations leadership social media

4 Steps for Implementing Your Remote Work Policy

Chart Your Course

But successfully implementing a remote worker policy takes some adjusting to maintain clear workplace policies and procedures while still allowing employees the autonomy and flexibility they desire. Here are four steps for implementing an effective remote work policy.

Roles & Policies For Your Social Media Team

Eric Jacobson

Social Media For Leaders Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Social Media Social Media Marketing Social Media Roles Social Media PoliciesIncreasingly, more companies are forming teams of employees to oversee their social media responsibilities.

Japan Changes Immigration Policy to Accept Blue Collar Workers

HR Digest

The lax represents a turning point for the nation’s immigration policy which sanctions the entry of highly-skilled professionals. The post Japan Changes Immigration Policy to Accept Blue Collar Workers appeared first on The HR Digest. Featured News blue collar workers foreign workers immigration policyMore than 345,000 blue-collar foreign workers are expected to join Japan’s workforce within a five-year period under a new working visa system starting fiscal 2019.

Creating a Mistake-making Policy

Leadership Freak

** Integrity isn’t perfection, its better. During a hospital stay a nurse turned off and neglected to turn on my pneumatic leg pumps. Devices designed to help prevent blood clots in the legs of trauma patients. Hospital staff called them SCUDS) She removed them about 3 a.m. so I could get up. When I returned, [.]. Failure Humility Leading Marks of leaders Mistakes Taking others higher Trust Values weaknesses Leadership Development Organizational Development organizational values

Five Tips For Writing Your Next Company Policy

Eric Jacobson

Keep these five tips in mind when you craft your next company policy: Keep the policy short and simple. Get rid of two old policies for every new policy you implement. Don''t write a policy in reaction to a single incident.

Trump's Refugee Policy and Its Critics

Execupundit

This brings us to a broader point: The United States in general, and the Obama administration in particular, never had an open-borders policy for all refugees from everywhere, so overwrought rhetoric about Trump ripping down Lady Liberty’s promise means comparing him to an ideal state that never existed.

Red Lines and Policies – A Last Resort for Leaders

N2Growth Blog

Leaders take the same approach with people they control and call their ultimatums policies using language like, “you will,” or, “you will not.” Red lines and policies are imprecise weapons. By Brian Layer , Chair, Organizational Development, N2growth. The U.S.

If it’s Stupid, It’s not our Policy!

N2Growth Blog

As a young leader, I translated that lesson into a phrase I picked up in the Army: “If it’s stupid, it’s not our policy!”. Someone has to emerge to say this is too stupid to be our policy and offer an acceptable alternative. Is this shutdown too stupid to be our policy?

Cell Phone Distracted Driving Policy Template to Protect Your Company and Employees

Women on Business

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Leading the New, New Corporate Vacation Policy

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Change Management Workplace Issues Many of us do this. We carve out the time. We plan the family vacation. As we hit the road or jet way, our workplace disappears into the background, yet it is still right next to us in our digital devices. The new reality is we never really, completely, wholeheartedly leave work behind. Work is [.]. Change Management Workplace Issues Change Leadership people management trust

Glazer on Social Policy

Execupundit

An excerpt: This emerges as a key Glazer theme: that social policy must be evaluated not just in terms of its own stated goals but also in terms of its effects on a society rich in family and community institutions that serve as a foundation for happiness and achievement. In doing so, Glazer continues, “social policy weakens the position of these traditional agents and further encourages needy people to depend on the government for help rather than on the traditional structures.

Corporate Cultures – Why Policies Don’t Match Actions

Strategy Driven

Too often, corporate policies are the ‘little white lies’ no one likes to talk about. Philosophically, corporate policies should reflect the expectations of company leaders and drive management’s decisions and employee actions.

Honesty is NOT the Best Policy Unless…

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Self Leadership [link] Few would argue with the importance of open and honest communication in healthy relationships. Except being honest doesn’t always go so well. It is easy to be honest when you have something nice or positive to say. Yet when honesty involves delivering a potentially hard to hear communication, many of us experience some degree of [.]. Leadership Development Self Leadership Communication Communication Skills honesty

I'm Sorry, It's Our Policy …

LeadStrategic

Are you surprised when you get good customer service? Why should I be surprised to get good customer service? Isn't the meaning of customer service to "serve the customer"? Granted, some customer requests are just plain crazy.

The Secret to Productivity: Why Every Leaders Needs a Closed Door Policy to Reveal Greater Productivity in Every Day

Kevin Eikenberry

Aren’t you supposed to have an open door policy as a leader? Why would I tell you that might be the wrong policy? There are many things that “all leaders do” (or should do) that might not get the best or intended results.