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How to Find Your Best Partner in The Office

June 25, 2018 in Careers, Function, Industry Verticals

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It’s important to have a positive working relationship at the workplace with all of your colleagues; even you don’t have an intense personal relationship. During office hours, employees spend more time with their colleagues rather than with their friends and family. For the growth of an organization, it’s essential for the staff members to create a relationship of mutual understanding and trust. An organization that works together, grows together. When people care about each other at their work, things get done in a faster and efficient way. Also, individual performance and confidence boosted up.

Here are some qualities that you look in your partner

Creative Thinker

Good employees don’t target to complete their job; they go beyond their goals. These company person develops new ideas and leads to flexibility into the system. A company looks for the candidate who has additional skills in addition to the job profile.

Helpful Nature

At offices, try to be in the companionship of employees who have helping nature. Every job demands flexibility from the employees. Naturally, a single person can not be perfect in everything. We all need help from our colleagues, therefore join the group of employees who always loves to help others.

Honest and Ethical

Employees must show honesty regarding their job. Honest and ethical employees are appreciated everywhere, and everyone loves to stay with their companionship.

Reliable and Punctual

Being on time and showing consistency is the best way to come in the good look of others. The shadow of reliable and punctual co-workers admire others for being like them.

Acceptance of criticism

‘The ability to accept criticism is an essential trait for surviving at workplace’ says author Ryan Kahn. The person who can manage criticism, can easily understand the working environment and bring necessary changes in his/her personality.

Energetic and change maker

At the office, it’s better to be in friend circle of employees who cracks the joke and releases work stress for an instant of time. They bring their energy to the team.

Self-directed

Initiative and autonomy are appreciable qualities and always needed in busy and complex workplaces. They give crucial suggestions and advice to other co-employees.

Passionate and enthusiastic towards work and life

Passionate and enthusiasm are desirable in the work environment. Employees with these qualities enhance team productivity and energy level of work. They are assets for the company.

Humble

Nobody likes someone who brags about his/her achievements. The favorable candidate is one who proves their value through hard and commendable work rather than through their words.

Team spirit

At the workplace, working in a team is most important quality to be looked in an employee before hiring. The advantage of the teamwork is that deadlines are achieved faster and efficiently.

Detail Oriented

It is essential to pay attention towards details. Even a small mistake can lead to a major issue. Employees who put extra effort in gathering information, complete their work before the deadline and with accuracy.

Conclusion

Partners or co-employees at offices are the key sources of information for an employee who looks for advice, instruction or help when they are uncertain about their work. Co-employees reduce conflicts and work burden. Hence, it’s crucial to select companionship of the right person at the office.

Top 10 Traits of A Successful Leader

June 12, 2018 in Careers, Industry Verticals, Leadership

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A leader is someone who guides the team. No business can succeed without a leader. Every organization wants a qualified leader for its employees who can act as their troubleshooter. But to be a leader, one must possess the following qualities:

  • Inspire and Motivate Others

Leaders have a clear vision for their organization. They want their organization to perform best in the market. They set a compelling target for the benefit of the company and motivate the employees to achieve them. Good leaders with their knowledge, experience, and skills inspire the employees and encourage them to put their best effort in achieving their target.

  • Honest and Transparent

Great leaders do not mince their words. They do what they say. They are honest, loyal, transparent, and have high integrity. They share their views with complete honesty and want others to be honest with them. Flattering is not their desire, but true words of appreciation are what they want.

  • Solve Problems

Leaders are hired to solve organizational issues. A good leader should be capable enough of addressing organizational matters and also possess the quality to catch advantage of opportunities in the marketplace.

  • Must Communicate Powerfully

For an individual to be a leader communication skills are essential. A good leader knows the technique of conveying his/her goals and thoughts to the employees.

  • Builds Relationship

No business can survive without a healthy relationship. To succeed businesses need a strong foundation of the relationship. In Spite of its busy schedule, a good leader always takes out time to build the relationship with employees, customers, boss, and with others in the industry.

  • Competitive Spirit

Leaders are competitive. They have a desire to be the best in the industry. No leader ignores the effort of their competitor. To keep a check on the competitors is also the job of the leader. And a leader knows a business can’t grow if it is not aware of the walk of its competitors.

  • Result-Oriented

Many works for money but leaders work because they want things to happen in their organization. They contribute their best in their work and crave for perfection in it. Their aim is to drive out best out of their work .

  • Innovative

The critical skill of any leader is the ability to innovate. Leaders always have a creative solution to every problem. With their innovative ideas, they may help the organization to create an identity for themselves.

  • Develop Others

Good leaders works continuously to improve themselves, but it also set aside a time to look for prominent employees and provide them the training they need to be an expert in their field.

  • Reliable Nature

A leader is stable and reliable. An organization can depend on them to get the job done. They always make a positive contribution to achieve any task.

Leaders are not born with these skills, but they develop these traits in them. They love what they do and strive for perfection in their field. Without any aggression, they guide others and lead the pack.

If you want to be a leader in your field, then practice above-mentioned tips daily to be the best in your domain.

How to Implement HR Analytics in Your Organization

June 5, 2018 in Function, Industry Verticals, Leadership

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To manage problematic areas in an organization implementation of HR-analytics is essential. It’s not easy to quickly start analytics in HR. Accurate and useful collection of information is necessary to resolve the internal and external issues in an organization. Gathering valuable data and implementing it poorly, results in the lower percentage of some significant problems like absenteeism, recruiter inefficiency, difficulty in spotting required skill in the market. Analytical data has the power to resolve all these issues.

Successful deployment of HR-analytics in any organization will enhance its performance. But the question arises here is ‘How to successfully launch HR analytics in an organization?’. To get the answer of this question, we need to go through these points and try to implement these in your organization:

  • Research Relevant Data

  Scrutinize the goals of the company and then relevantly research the data. Look at those directions only where you want your business to grow. Make sure you are investing and collecting only those information which is crucial for the progress of your business. When your skills in data mining, machine learning tools, statistics, and survey management improve your ability to find the correct answer to your business question will also grow.

  • Experiment with Different Analytical Tools

More and more means are available in the market that allows users to join successful data transformation techniques, data mining techniques and data visuals with a user-friendly self-service interface. This technology has made the process of exploring data more accessible.

Research by Visier showed that 44% of organizations considered that lack of suitable investment in HR Analytical Systems has made HR analytical more demanding while 54% confess that inaccurate or inconsistent data which needed more manual manipulation is the reason behind this problem. By taking the help of right analytical system and support these two problems can be solved quickly.

  • Make sure Data Gathered is Legally Compliant

It is wise of you to confirm that the legal team approves the data you decide to gather and analyze. The data should be compliant with the law as well before opening any analytical HR project.

Before implementing any result in your organization,  it would be sensible of you to get the finished result approved if you want to avoid any risk to the business.

Data protection and Anonymity involves strict laws, and hence you have to provide an appropriate reason as to why you intend to compare and evaluate such data. Make it a preference to check legal compliance during the whole process from start to finish.

Businesses now have understood the importance of HR-analytics. They are keen to implement it, but it is recommended to start with long-term HR-analytics plan. Hopefully, these steps will help you in achieving analytics in HR and you will soon reach your target of becoming a more fact-based organization.

 

How HR Can Manage Emotions At Work

June 4, 2018 in Careers, Function, Industry Verticals, Leadership

Untitled designHumanity exists because humans have emotions. Wherever we go we carry our feelings with us. Even in the workplace, we are emotional being. But often emotional and professional behavior is misunderstood. From ages, it is believed that showing emotions at the workplace is a symbol of unprofessional behavior. It is assumed that to succeed in professional life; one should always keep it’s personal and professional domain separate. However, the reality is different from this adage. Isolating the personal from professional is futile because both are the essential part of our daily life.

Emotional Intelligence, the latest buzzword in the corporate world, research on this claims that reality is different from our preconceived notion. Emotions play a significant role in our professional lives. They affect our productivity and everything we do at work- the relationship we share with our colleagues and boss, how efficiently we manage the workload, and how well we receive and share the feedback. In the work environment we need to manage our emotions. Do not misunderstood managing emotions with masking them. Be true to your emotions but do not overly express them.

 Managing emotions at the workplace lead to creative, healthy, and positive work environment. HR professionals work extremely hard to create an emotionally intelligent workforce.

Organisations are not only about job descriptions, processes or performance evaluation, and payroll. It involves people as well. And HR team helps the company in understanding and managing the employees. They deal with them on professional as well as on the personal front.

HR professional skillfully manages the emotions at workplace. They know emotionally satisfied workforce is full of positive energy and contribute their best to the growth of the organization.

By following below-mentioned techniques, HR department manages the emotions at workplace:

Read Emotional Cues

Emotional cues are crucial in understanding the feeling of employees. They can either be overt or covert, such as body language, tone, facial expression, and kind of words used. HR professional leaves no stone unturned to collect and read these emotional cues because they know taking care of these emotions will positively affect the organization.

Allowing the culture of openness at the workplace

HR experts allow the culture of openness to prevail in the organization. Allowing employees to share feedback, concern, and appreciation without any fear or hesitation creates a familiar and trustworthy environment.

Training Managers for Milestone Events

Events like appraisal, development feedback, layoff need to be managed effectively. To efficiently handle breakthrough events like these, they provide training to managers.

Train employees on Self Awareness

Individuals can manage their emotions easily when they can identify them early and accurately. An HR, while keeping in touch with the employees helps them in recognizing their negative emotions. They provide them training on self-awareness which helps them in controlling their emotions at public places.

Employee’s emotions and sufferings not only affects the performance of employees but it also has its impact on the output of the organization. A capable HR helps the employees to keep their emotions under control and motivate them to work with zeal and determination towards achieving the goal of the organization.

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