The 5 Essential Traits of Great Managers
Imagine your organisation without managers. Imagine all your employees knocking on your door for approval on almost everything. That can just be frustrating. This is why organisations always demand for great managers, at all levels.
A social scientist conducted an experiment; he asked groups of engineers, CEO’s, primary school kids and a random set of people to build a structure as tall as they can. The materials: spaghetti and chewing gum. The time: 30 minutes. The engineers built the highest structure, but what comes next is interesting. The primary school kids beat the CEO’s with a significant difference in structure height every time.
An outsourcing vendor should complement the services offered by your organisation. They should take the stress of handling areas of your business which do not fall under your core competencies off you, and ultimately save your company costs while providing the best value possible.
Talent analytics — the application of statistics, technology, and expertise to large sets of people data — is used to gain insight into performance and potential throughout the employee lifecycle, enhance employee experience, and drive business performance.
Human resource departments know that when it comes to managing employees, it does not end at recruitment and hiring; it also extends to retention. As an employer, you have to find adequate ways to make them want to remain in your organisation for a long time.
Improving employee performance is now much more than enforcing your employees to clock in and out. It has become the secret to achieving greater organisational success. High employee performance is synonymous with increased profitability, reduced operational costs and improved efficiency.