7 Questions to Build Foresight in Your Organization

Joel Trammell

Posted by Joel Trammell
January 10, 2018

It's always surprised me that management gurus frequently ignore one skill I find extremely valuable in employees. That skill is foresight—the ability to think ahead as you pursue objectives at work.

The average employee is constant dealing with a new crisis, something she never saw coming. The exceptional employee, on the other hand, has developed the habit of orienting himself to the future. He understands the big-picture vision and is always on the lookout for upcoming roadblocks.

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Introducing 1:1 Notes in Khorus

Khorus Team

Posted by Khorus Team
January 5, 2018

Of all the tools in a manager's toolbox, regular 1:1 meetings are one of the most powerful.

These discussions—ideally taking place weekly or biweekly—carve out an important space where manager and direct report can talk about what's going in the employee's world. Done right, they keep the employee engaged and help the manager understand their direct report's strengths, growth opportunities, and aspirations.

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