How do you motivate your employees to perform at their best, and consistently come up with ideas on improving your organisation? You can offer raises and bonuses, but the truth is that not every single person is motivated by money.
I’m delighted to announce that MTD have been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2017 CIPD Awards for Best HR/L&D Supplier. We work extremely hard to not only meet our clients expectations but to exceed them at all times so I am very pleased that we’ve got this recognition.
How would you feel about your employees deciding when and how long their holiday leave should be? Most organisations not only track how much of their annual leave employees use, they track their daily hours.
While micromanaging has been proven in study after study to demotivate employees, the opposite of that is not leaving your staff to fend for themselves. Leaders need to find a healthy balance between managing their staff to empower them and looking over their shoulder every step of the way.
Change can be a stressful and unpredictable time, which is why many managers avoid messing with the status quo. A popular belief is that if something is not broken, you shouldn’t fix it; however, if you don’t make innovation a priority, you will likely fall behind your competition.
Employee appraisals provide an opportunity for the employee and the boss to sit down one-on-one to discuss progress and goals, so why is it that these meetings are often dreaded and pointless? Although this is a time for the appraiser and the appraisee to get on the same page about the year ahead, appraisals are[…..]
As managers, we need to be able to deal with all types of employees. There are those that are extremely talkative, energetic, and ready to share their thoughts; while others are more quiet, shy and tend to keep to themselves.