Women leadership style can be a rich source of insight about inclusive leadership. Today hierarchical models of leadership are becoming redundant and the modern business environment makes the perfect setting for propelling more inclusive leadership styles. An inclusive and empathetic leadership style is a mandate for future leaders. Slowly making women leadership style more popular.… Continue reading Key Enabler to Sustainable Business: Inclusive and Empathetic Women Leadership
Productivity Enhancement Training Program Survey reveals that more than 80% of the time is spent on activities that add no real value. Long hours of work are sometimes encouraged and rewarded as they are synonymous with performance; paradoxically without any measure of productivity. Productivity maybe defined as achievement of goals with optimum use of resources.… Continue reading Time Manager Tool – Translating Intention into Behavior
When including assessments into the recruitment process, most clients we speak to are keen to know the outcomes and often focus on reduced time to hire and lesser turnover. As a consequence of introducing assessments, other improvements such as consistency in the process and a better idea of which sourcing channel is identifying better candidates… Continue reading Assessments Outcome – InspireOne
When considering an employee engagement survey initiative, one of the first questions that comes to mind is ‘How frequently should my organization conduct the survey?’. This is a basic but critical question, and organizations must have a clear answer to it before formalizing their employee engagement survey. The thing with engagement surveys is that, every… Continue reading What Is The ‘Right’ Frequency For Conducting An Employee Engagement Survey?
One of the key themes of the recently concluded IBM Kenexa India Summit 2016was the importance of giving feedback. Several imminent speakers from companies like IBM & ITC Infotech spoke passionately about the various initiatives they have undertaken in their organizations to facilitate the exchange of feedback between their employees and their managers, and vice… Continue reading Making The Feedback Process Simpler
Most Performance Management practices turn out to damage the performance they are intended to improve. In the context of neuroscience research this is based on fundamentally flawed understanding of human responses, as revealed in recurring patterns of mental activity. Failings of Traditional Performance Management system Labelling people with any form of numerical rating automatically generates… Continue reading Does Performance Management System Really Improve Performance?