Capitalize on your staff’s best skills

Sixty percent of employees feel dissatisfied with their jobs, according to research by Accenture. The reasons include low pay, dead-end work and constant pressure to do more with less. Because unemployment figures remain high, many employees stay put even if they dislike their jobs. If you manage people who seem detached, take these steps to en­­gage employees so they don’t… Continue reading

Use performance reviews to get the most out of staff

In order for a company to succeed as a whole, its managers need to help their individual employees succeed by effectively managing their performance. All managers can benefit from these reminders. Managers’ attitude matters “The attitude of managers is critical,” says Jeannette Seibly, Human Per­­for­­mance Coach and Consultant, SeibCo, LLC (High­­lands Ranch, Colo.). “Man­­agers must have a mindset for the… Continue reading

“Effective Performance Management” Training in Bangkok, 22-26 July 2013

PROGRAM TITLE Effective Performance Management DURATION 5 (five) days DATES 22 – 26 July 2013 VENUE Hotel Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom – Thailand PROGRAM DESCRIPTION & OBJECTIVES As we know, each individual employee is an integral part of an organization. Each plays his/her role towards the total performance of the organization. The success and progress of the organization rides on… Continue reading

“Effective Coaching To Improve Job Performance” Training in Jakarta, 4-5 June 2013

PROGRAM TITLE Effective Coaching To Improve Job Performance DURATION Two (2) days DATES 04 – 05 June 2013 28 – 29 November 2013 VENUE Grand Sahid Jaya Hotel, Andrawina VIP Room, Ground Floor Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 86, Jakarta 10220 – Indonesia PROGRAM OBJECTIVE & DESCRIPTION This workshop is designed to teach participants to recognize and consciously attend to factors… Continue reading

Making the appraisal process more constructive

Performance appraisal (PA) is one of HR’s most important tasks and, frequently, a major challenge. Designed to provide valuable information to both organisation and employee about performance and progress. In addition the process often meets substantial resistance from both managers and employees. So unpopular are appraisals that Jim Heskett, writing for the Harvard Business School says employee performance reviews rank… Continue reading