Diversity in the workplace was always one of the hottest topics in the HR industry, but in recent years, it has become a major goal for companies. As the world is changing and shrinking, more work is taking place at a global level, the need for a diverse workforce that is culturally competent has become a must. Even before you set diversity & inclusion goals for your company, here are some critical questions to check your organisation’s readiness for a diverse work culture.
How Coronavirus Has Spawned New Adaptive Ways of Working For The Future
More than half of the world’s population is under lockdown to stop the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), a public health emergency that has already claimed thousands of lives and sparked fears of a global recession. This has not only had a profound impact on our mental and physical well-being but also on our world of work. Here are some early markers on how this is changing employee culture for the future…
Must-Have Competencies for Every Organisation in the New Decade
As a new year and a new decade begin, here are some of the overarching competencies to hone into and develop in your employees. These will ensure that the employee is not only efficient for your organisation but will prepare them to perform in the fast-changing and tech-enabled workplace.
5 Ways to Upskill Your Existing Employees
Each person should think about upskilling of course, but why should an organisation think about it? We all know employee turnover is expensive and reskilling existing employees is a more economical alternative than hiring and training new recruits. Here are 5 ways in which you can sharpen the skills of your existing employee or in other words upskill them and save your time, money and your high potential talent…
7 Great Alternative Ways to Reward Employees
To keep the positive morale flowing in the office, you need to reward your employees regularly, or at least when they’ve done something exemplary. It reinforces positive behaviour for the individual and also sets an example for the whole organisation and demonstrates your appreciation for the team. Here are some ways in which you can acknowledge your employees without monetary compensation.
7 Traits of Highly Effective Future Leaders
The traditional leadership style of top-down management is slowly evolving into a collaborative approach that empowers employees and makes the office hierarchy flatter. he future is most definitely collaborative. Here are some essential skills that a future leader should possess…
6 Red Flags to Watch Out For While Scaling Up Your Team
No matter the size of your company, growing a business has many challenges. Among other challenges building a high-performance team tops the list. If you’re tearing your hair and exhausted there’s every chance that your team managers are facing the same. While there is no one way to go about it, here are some team building mistakes you can avoid while putting your business team together successfully, using tact.
5 Trends That Can’t Be Ignored in 2019
Being updated and learning about HR trends is one of the most crucial necessities of today’s time. You might not be able to jump into changing your workplace but can certainly benefit from knowing what’s new, what’s expected and most importantly, what works. Here are 5 emerging trends that you might want to look out for.
5 Smart Tips for Achieving Team Goals in the Workplace
Achieving team goals in the workplace isn’t much of a task if you focus on the people rather than the task. As the cycle goes, if you take care of your employees, they take care of your customers who in-turn increase your shareholder’s interest. As a leader of a team, your role transforms from being good at a task to inspiring the same results in your team. Here are 5 tips that could help you drive your team to achieve goals as a team…
The Recipe For Successful Team Management
It might be easier to correlate if one could look at their employees as ingredients of a dish to be prepared. If you don’t leverage each one’s uniqueness, you won’t get the desired result. You may even buy exotic ingredients to make a dish but if it doesn’t suit the palate (read: vision), the dish will not succeed. And this is where most organisations struggle – getting the right team, to do the right thing, at the right time.