Returning to the workforce from a career break is a daunting prospect in any field. But it can be especially daunting in HR when things are constantly changing and evolving.
There are any number of reasons you might have taken time away from your career. Perhaps you took a couple of years off to raise your children, complete some further study, or travel the world.
But now you are ready to get stuck back into your HR career – where do you start?
Let’s look at 5 practical steps you can take to get back into the HR swing.
Delegation plays an important part in maximising productivity. As a manager or leader, it can be difficult to begin delegating to members of your team. This could be due to a number of reasons. Perhaps you are concerned about burdening your team with more work, worried that the work won’t get done to your standards, or maybe you just don’t have the time to invest upfront to teach people what you want them to do.
Learning to delegate effectively can really help you and your business to thrive. It gives you back the time you need to focus your skills on the higher priority stuff, while your team gets a chance to develop and learn new things.
But there is an art to it. Here is how great leaders use delegation effectively...
Why do some people experience more success than others?
They seem to streak ahead while you are stuck at the starting line.
A lot of it comes down to holding onto beliefs that you have acquired over time, that limit your potential. In coaching terms, we call these ‘self-limiting beliefs’. And there are lots of these gremlins lurking in everyone’s subconscious.
How do you identify them? Follow this simple three-step exercise.
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