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21 hrs ago

Human Resources Consultant/Business Partner – new

NFP Lafayette, CA +2 locations

Firm- and Client-Facing • Manage regional HR consulting needs by working closely with the VP of NFP HR Services and the Regional leaders to… NFP


4 days ago

Customer Service Representative

NFP Scottsdale, AZ

To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to execute each essential duty satisfactorily. Disseminate appropriate needs of client… NFP


4 days ago

AVP, Advisory Consulting

NFP Austin, TX

• Drive sales of NFPs advisory platforms to achieve budgeted financial goals for NFP Advisor Services. • Develop Focus Advisor list (Focus… NFP


5 days ago

Project Manager

NFP Austin, TX

To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Manage all projects constraints… NFP


6 days ago

Benefits Administration Project Manager

NFP Austin, TX

To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Build and maintain strong… NFP


6 days ago

Software Quality Engineering & ALM Manager

NFP Austin, TX

To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Develop and drive a high-level QA… NFP


6 days ago

Benefits Administration Implementation Specialist

NFP Austin, TX

To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Actively participate and contribute… NFP


6 days ago

VP, Advisor Services Business Development

NFP Denver, CO

To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Tell and sell the NFP story and… NFP


6 days ago

Project Coordinator, Learning and Development

NFP Austin, TX

The person should have exceptional project management skills to ensure that deliverables for multiple awareness and training projects, throughout… NFP


6 days ago

Investment Consultant

NFP Austin, TX

To perform this job successfully, individuals must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Commitment to culture requires a… NFP


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Douglas W. Hammond
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  • Exciting time to be part of this evolving company!

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    Pros

    Go private transaction under relatively new CEO has created lots of change and growth opportunity. The company is actively working to align office across the country into one lean, mean consulting machine and this is creating significant mobility for employees both upward or into new offices or fields.

    Senior leadership is pretty accessible and transparent. Core values and culture are also evolving positively and are being well communicated. Brand recognition continues to be a challenge, but there appears to be an effort underway to change that. The ability for the company to grow rapidly seems dependent on growing awareness of who we are, what we do and what our strengths are.

    Most of the long tenured employees that are highly engaged seem very satisfied and happy to see the changes taking place. They recognize opportunities and have an eye to the future.

    Cons

    Some people can't handle the pace of change and are opting out, creating significant employee turnover. And with new people joining at all levels, there are sometimes unclear expectations of what should be the focus at the individual, team or corporate level. This especially seems to be true of new management who often join from bigger, more mature organizations where resources, both human and otherwise, weren't as lean. People are hired to "get things done", but the downstream impacts aren't well considered.

    Advice to Management

    Be clear - what should be employees be focused on? And keep it manageable. Everything can't be changed at once; you're risking employee burnout and less than stellar performance by asking people to do too much with too few resources. If you allow employees to continue to do their core responsibilities and do those well, while asking them to stretch into the most important areas of focus only - the results, employee satisfaction and work quality will be much better.


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