Monthly archives: August, 2013

Giving feedback: Positive criticism & Appreciation

Giving Feedback is an important aspect in development of your team members. Below are some thumb rules for giving both positive and negative feedback as both are two faces of a coin.   Positive Criticism: Do your homework before sitting with your team member. Get your team member involved in the discussion. Describe a situation …

Ways of communicating within your organization!

Communication is a key ingredient in any Employee Engagement initiative or any aspect of having a productive workforce. Listed below are different ways and means we can communicate within our organization. License Some rights reserved by Minoritenplatz8) Organizational announcements: We should send regularly organizational announcements on new joinees, people existing the company, job rotations, transfers, …

Are you engaging your prospective candidate?

Engaging your workforce is a common way of retaining your talent. But have you heard of engaging your prospective candidate before he turns into an employee? Research states that an employee who is engaged from day zero or day one has higher chances of being a loyal employee and sepending a long tenure with your …

Checklist for new joinee- Role of HR

License Some rights reserved by thetaxhaven Pre- Joining: Acceptance of offer letter Reference check document Pre-employment medical check reports Address proof document Prepare appointment letter Prepare the workstation for the new joinee. Allocate a computer/ laptop. Install outlook/ email inbox Arrange a mobile phone (if applicable) Arrange a basic stationery kit. Company ID card Business …

Do you know the 3 types of employees in your organization?

Gallup has classified employees into 3 categories of engagement: Engaged employee, Not Engaged Employee and Disengaged employee. We need to plan our employee engagement programs in our organization to engage all 3 categories of employees. Listed below is the explanation for all the 3 categories Actively Engaged Employee License Some rights reserved by 14zawa  Engaged employees …

Six Powerful C’s every Leader should use!

Listed below are six powerful C’s which I felt personally that all leaders should use to create more engaged and productive teams within an organization. License Some rights reserved by michaelcardus  Connect: You need to connect with your team members, build healthy relationships within your team and encourage team bonding. Help them to collaborate and …

How to make your employees more productive?

Engagement is one of the key ingredients of a successful team. Today it is important as a manager to engage with your team members collectively and individually on a regular basis through simple innovative ways of engaging. A few common yet simple ways are listed below: License Some rights reserved by michaelcardus 1. Planning a fun activity with …

Are you building your Employer brand through the candidate experience?

Through our recruitment process we may not realize but we have the opportunity of making or breaking our Employer brand. As recruiters this is the first stage where we can engage potential employees so are we doing it right? Creating and building our employer brand is important as this will help the organization attract and …

Employee Engagement is a 2 way process

Employee Engagement is certainly a very important aspect of workforce management. To me, I feel its a 2 way process as an organization will spend numerous engaging its workforce but is the workforce receptive and willing to be engaged?? As a leader you will communicate, reward, mentor, provide feedback and do all the right things …