Employee EngagementPosted in : HR Updates on 28 March 2011
Linzi Conway writes:
Managers should have an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of individual team members. However, managers who take the effort to find out what really makes individual employees “tick" can really help bring out the best in the workforce. Too often we hear frustrations such as
- “You couldn’t please that team if you tried”
- “There's so much negativity in this Company. People complain about everything”
- “They want lead by the hand”
- “They wait for me to tell them what to do next”
- “They can’t think for themselves”
However, maybe we need to ask ourselves as managers, are
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