The article discusses that in addition to being competent presenters, employees need effective interpersonal, discussion, and conversation skills for the workplace. It also discusses how to help students develop their interpersonal communication skills, which is critical in order to succeed in the workplace. According to the article, it is important to have effective discussion in a group setting in order to provide specific help in developing interpersonal communication and discussion skills. This type of activity will help individuals identify and practice effective interpersonal behaviors in a professional context while exploring relevant issues confronting managers and businesses today. This article contributed greatly to my understanding of how employers view effective interpersonal communication as vital to an individual’s success in today’s workplace.
Motivation in the Workplace Motivation is referred to as “internal factors that impel action and to external factors that can act as inducements to action” (Locke and Latham 2004, p388). Motivation is an intrinsic part of any successful business, creating a work environment which not only pushes employees to reach their full potential but also nurtures their physiological and psychological needs. I will examine two motivational theories, firstly Herzberg’s Hygiene Theory, followed by Equity Theory. I will conduct a critical analysis of both theories highlighting the benefit of each theory from a managerial perspective and also bring forward any flaws or weaknesses I find. I will look at extrinsic motives; tangible/physical things e.g.
Adaptive leaders work with their employee to generate creative solutions to complex problems, while also developing them to handle a broader range of leadership responsibilities. Therefore the leadership style may have an impact on employee job satisfaction. The effects of leadership on employee job satisfaction also important because leadership is viewed by some researcher as on of the key driving forces for improving a firm performance. Effective leadership is seen as major source of management to sustained competitive advantage for organization performance improvement according to (Avolio, 1999; lado, Boyd and Wright,
In order to ensure that the company meets its target in gaining the required market share, the company should among other things, ensure that it carries out an effective market research to discover the market gaps and have an idea of the best points of entry. This should be coupled with an efficient sales force for product promotion and distribution. The company should also deploy cross-functional teams charged with making key manufacturing and marketing decisions to ensure synergy when it comes to product release. Another key, but often overlooked aspect is getting the required logistics in place early enough. With logistics, the focus should be on the involvement of logistics personnel in developing strategy both marketing and managerial.
When the manager of the company provide a great awareness of the company 's goals and values to the employees, employees will work with manner and will perform better that will make them deal well with the customers to gain their satisfaction, and this how the internal communication affects the external communication. Q2: What are the Challenges that face The Space Line Company in terms of communication? The challenges that are facing The Space Line Company are the difficulties of communication between the customer and company 's employees, and there are many other challenges such as writing and
Nevertheless, O'Connor et al. (2008) argue that someone or a group should be responsible for innovation in established companies. The authors justify such proposition under the following grounds: (i) organizational capability building is not simple, especially when confronted with operational efficiency-oriented processes; (ii) the accumulation of experiences demands consistency and continuity of the people involved; (iii) the existence of a group responsible for the occurrence of innovation and which is measured by its performance in pursuing this mission motivates the whole company to reflect on the real progress of these activities and the possible reconfigurations necessary to improve them and; (iv) it is necessary to develop appropriate skills to innovate
This article discusses the role of HR in retaining talent with the help of feedback obtained from an exit interview, which provides vital clues to shape talent retention strategies. Exit interviews are one of the most widely used methods of gathering employee feedback, along with employee satisfaction surveys. Companies that allot an increasingly important role to the management of human resources when taking strategic decisions are likely to stand out in the crowd in future. In recent times, the HR professionals of different companies have been more devoted towards maximizing the board effectiveness by paying attention to the human factor. The growing importance of human resources in the corporate world underscores the need and necessity of a holistic perception for effective management, which is attuned to the changing dynamics of society.
Project Titleeffectiveness of reward system on the motivational level of employees ObjectivesAn organizations result is highly dependent on the employees work motivation. It is therefore important for a company to find out what motivates its employees so that it can plan a suitable reward system and gain better results. The right combination of im-material and material rewards can boost up the employees\' work motivation and en-hance their commitment to the company. The aim of this study is to investigate and analyze how well the current reward system of MotonetEspoo helps generate employee motivation. More specifically it aims to find out which aspects of the reward system functions well, and which aspects could be fur-ther developed and improved
The distinction between transactional and relational aspects is useful for understanding professional communication. Transactional aspects of an encounter refer to those behaviours that more or less explicitly aim at getting things done and achieving outcomes, while relationally oriented aspects describe behaviours that aim at enhancing interpersonal relationships and creating a positive working atmosphere. Although both transactional and relational aspects are clearly important, in many workplace interactions transactional goals seem to be participants’ main concern. (Koester 2006: 26) Talk is the way we do and accomplish our tasks at work the fact that the workplaces are held together trough communicative practice, therefore both the spoken and written talk are central for the researchers of LSP. Much of the early work on the language used in workplaces has used the term institutional talk.
To achieve their goals one has to cope up with the dynamic pressures such as technology changes, increased competition etc. The performance of an organization can be improved only through improved employee performance. Recruitment, training, compensation, conflict management and motivation all these are common functions of Human resource management. All these functions/activities have to be reviewed and evaluated in order to ensure the efficient HR policies and management system