I have been a part of a few successful HR teams in the past.
This team is different, in many ways.
They have a very clear vision and they have their own culture.
I was asked to help build the culture and I’m proud to say that this team has done exactly that.
But I am also aware that this is not the first time I’ve helped out a HR team.
There are some big differences, but I want to share my experience to help others.
How can you train your staff to be the best you can be?
Here are the 5 steps you should take right now.
The first thing you should do is take a deep breath and realize that you are not alone in this.
Your team members may not be happy with your response or with the direction you are taking.
It is important to keep the conversations going, and the team will appreciate the extra support.
If you do not feel comfortable asking for help, try a few different approaches, and see what works best for your team.
If you can’t keep up with the pace of conversation, you may want to consider outsourcing your job to someone else.
There is no need to replace your team member.
They will still work for you.
What are your next steps?
I want you to be comfortable with this process, and I will answer any questions you may have in a follow up post.
I have a personal blog, where you can find some great resources for hiring HR teams, and you can also follow me on Twitter, where I post updates on all things HR. Have fun!