Energising your workforce
Every day we see people with high competence who fail to deliver simply because they aren’t energised to do so. Whether it’s the Barrista at the local coffee shop, the cashier at the supermarket or the engineer who has come to fix the heating, we all have regular, and often daily, negative experiences caused by people who “can’t be bothered”. Often it is not the tools of the job, or a lacking of training at the heart of the problem. It is simply that they don’t care enough.
In this Insight paper we explore these motivation types in more detail and look at the key steps to energising each type. We hope that it will stimulate debate and enable leaders and HR professionals to take steps that will help create environments that have the maximum potential to motivate their teams. You can get hold of a free copy of our paper here.
Damaged goods or guardian angel
Over recent years many HR professionals have been faced with the challenge of how to move people across their organisations – frequently as the result of re-structuring and redundancy programmes.
So, how do you set about designing a redeployment process that works for your organisation? The answer, Chiumento believes, lies in exploring a number of dichotomies.
In this Insight paper we will explain those dichotomies and how their characteristics may shape your solution.