Planning and Development
- Recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees.
Leaders of Change
Advocate for Employees
Recruiting, testing, and interviewing program
Counselling managers on candidate selection
Conducting orientation and training programs
Training managers to coach and discipline employees
Learning & Development
From initial inductions to leadership programmes for senior executives.
training programmes that are aligned with the organisation’s objectives
Working closely with various leaders across the organisation
Embracing different styles of training techniques, including e-learning
improving work and behavioural skills
Innovation & Creativity
Innovation goes beyond technology and requires collaboration from many areas to come together to achieve success.
Innovation is a collaborative process; where people in many fields contribute to the implementation of new ideas.
Dave Ulrich, professor of business at the University of Michigan, has long argued that HR leaders should assume a more vital, strategic role inside their companies, rather than merely keeping busy with everyday stuff like policies, payroll, and picnics. Ulrich says that HR leaders should strive to build and strengthen the unique set of organisational capabilities that give an organisation its competitive advantage. In essence, this means developing a particular mix of resources, processes and values that makes it hard for rivals to match what your organisation does.
Sales individuals or teams are very important in the organisation.
They are carrying the responsibilities of representing the company and talk about its solutions and products; They build personal and business relationship with all clients to help the clients cover their needs and requirements.
Salespeople need to be great managers to be able to manage the relationship with clients, before, during and after they trust the company and products.
We work closely with sales “soldiers” to make sure they plan, execute and win their “battle”.
How can a Manager bring out the best in each employee?
Managers are the life of an organization. They are to ensure that the organization performs to the expectation and achieves its purpose and goals. For doing this, managers are to perform certain roles and duties, which include organizing, controlling, directing, coordinating, and leading. Managers may be the entrepreneurs, sometimes they may not be, but however, at all the times they are to balance the available resources of the organization for the achievement of the organizational goals and objectives. For the managers to carry out these duties, they have to possess certain skills which include inter-personal skill, people skill, conceptual skill, and technical skill etc.
Vision, Alignment, and Execution.
Leadership is a one-to-many relationship
leaders need to understand their own leadership styles and how they impact their effectiveness. Rich, compelling narrative adds depth to the data and strong visuals support the learning process by illustrating key messages.
The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ has a simple goal: To help people discover how to build a truly cohesive and effective team. Based on Patrick Lencioni’s internationally best-selling leadership fable The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, this assessment-based program focuses on putting The Five Behaviors™ model into practice. Additionally, two versions of the program are available: Powered by Everything DiSC® or All Types™ — two distinct personality models — which help participants better understand how individual personalities contribute to team development. Both are equally valuable in helping teams achieve greater effectiveness and productivity.
A productive, high-functioning team:
Establishes Trust between team members
Engages in Conflict around ideas
Commits to decisions
Holds team members Accountable
Focuses on achieving collective Results
Is more fun to be on!