It’s not easy showing up at work everyday. Showing up inspired. Showing up motivated. Work demands an instant transformation, like the click of a button. But, people are not apps. Get to know your people!
Clarity at work trumps all engagement activities. Does your team have absolute clarity about your business goals? Where are you going? Where do you want to be? How can each of them contribute to the goals? What’s in it for them? Let’s not make them shoot in the dark. And, complain when they miss.
Are you struggling to keep up with your workload? Feeling like you’re constantly playing catch-up? If so, then it’s time to learn how to delegate work. Delegating work can be difficult, especially if you’re used to doing everything yourself. But it’s an essential skill for any busy professional. After all, there are only so many hours in the day – and you can’t do everything yourself.
The art of people management is the ability to get the best out of people by understanding their individual needs and motivations. It is an essential skill for any leader or manager who wants to achieve success in their field. It is not an easy task, but it can be mastered with the right approach. How? Read on!
Don’t engage and retain the job role. Engage and retain the person. How? Mix work with employee hobbies and passion. Help Jack, the accountant rediscover Jack, the drummer.
Be it business – customer relationship or employer – employee relationship, perception mismatch is common. And it is obvious. There are GAPS. The narrower the gap, the better it is. Narrowing and closing these gaps will help build a stronger employer – employee bond. How?
The most passionate advocates for any cause are the most proud men and women. This is a universal truth. Pride of association (with your country, university, sports club, music band or your company), catapults your engagement and loyalty to the highest levels. Pride at work is the secret ingredient for a more engaged and happier workplace.
Automation will displace 85 million jobs globally by 2025. The current economic climate too is one of uncertainty. These can lead to a great deal of anxiety for employees who fear they may lose their jobs. When people lose their jobs, they often feel like they have lost everything. But there are things you can do to help them cope. Here are 5 ways to help employees deal with the fear of job loss.
Bad bosses come in all shapes and sizes. They’re the micro-managers, the bullies, the control freaks, and the know-it-alls. They’re the ones who always have to be right, who always have to have the last word, and who never see the value in anyone else’s opinion but their own. Here we’ve shared 8 absolute worst habits of bad bosses.
Human Capital Management or HCM is about more than just training employees. It also includes developing leaders, improving organizational culture, and creating a positive work environment. It is an approach that focuses on how organizations invest in people to create long-lasting value for shareholders.