In any business there will be transitions in staffing. People are hired, people resign and unfortunately sometimes people are let go. In addition, there are performance evaluations to be done and both positive and negative feedback to be shared. Each step of the path has implications that can have lasting effects on the organization. The tools in this section will help you navigate those paths with confidence.
Changing of the Guard
This worksheet can be used to evaluation the CEO for small to mid-sized organizations.
This brief handout reviews the concepts behind setting SMART goals.
This quick and simple tool will provide a basic evaluation for your CEO.
This is a more in depth tool for evaluating the CEO.
Adapt this sample CEO Evaluation Policy to meet your needs.
The Leddy Group shared this article about what NOT to do if you want to foster creativity in your workplace.
The Leddy Group offers these tips to making your performance evaluations more useful for you and your employees.
Keep these tips and sample questions handy for your exit interviews.
Use these 10 tips from the Leddy Group to add meaning and value to exit interviews with departing staff.
There are many things to be considered and tasks to be performed when an employee departs. Adapt this checklist for your organization.
This template for a resignation letter can be adapted for immediate use.
Adapt this sample time sheet to your organization's needs
Use this template for an employee handbook to develop or refresh your own.
Make your job description stand out with a few simple tips.
When you get a lot of resumes, a sample email acknowledging that you have received them can be a time-saver.
After making the cut, you may have a lot of - sorry, not this time - emails to send. Use a template then personalize as needed.
A list of questions you may want to consider adding to your interviews.
Use this cover page to attach to resumes to capture the basic information.
Capture the ideas that you want to cover in a phone screening template.