6 juin 2016
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Nancy van Abswoude
There are many different reasons why employees might be leaving your organization. Mostly it’s their personal choice but it can also be due to reorganization, lack of performance or simply retirement. Whatever the reason is, it’s good to have an exit conversation with any of your leaving employees. Perhaps you ask now why you should still invest time in people who stop working for you? So let’s see here what’s the added value of leading an exit conversation with a parting employee.   Make use of the last “formal” moment  An exit-interview is a great chance to discover through the employees eyes how the organization is doing. This insight can be
Susanne Barth
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Companies are more and more aware that employee engagement is a critical factor for business success. This is also backed up by the Deloitte study “Human Capital trends 2015” where HR and
Susanne Barth
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What trends describe the current state of the Learning & Development industry? According to a *Deloitte report based on a survey and interviews with fourteen multinationals in the Netherlands we
Krauthammer
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The winter session of Krauthammer University at the beginning of this year was a real “engagement journey”. In five different workshops we dived deep into the topic and explored “
Susanne Barth
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The New Year is still fresh. And so are your good resolutions for 2016 which are a great opportunity to grow and develop yourself. But unfortunately many New Year’s resolutions are already

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