Also will need to establish the productivity measures and compare those with the company or organization figures. Lastly, the manager will need to have a team meeting; take contribution on achieving the goals set by the manager, and institute a common goal for the teams. The transformational leadership style will work for the restructuring strategy with the new management practices, because the teams are mature and under the strong leadership of new management. In order to allow the new transformational leadership to be effective, one will have to recognize critical competencies, educate their employees, and motivate, empower, and encourage the teams to facilitate them to focus on accomplishing their goals effectively. It is important to engage the employees in the critical thinking process, decision making process and setting a common subsidiary goal that will be able to help the specialists to merge well with the existing teams.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: POLICY AND PROCEDURAL ISSUES 2 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT INTRODUCTION Employers want employees who will do their best at work or ‘go that extra mile’. Employees want jobs that are worthwhile and that inspire them. More and more organisations are looking for a win-win situation that meets their needs and those of their employees. What they increasingly say they are looking for is an engaged workforce. Employers want engaged employees because they deliver improved business performance.
Communication does not only mean a manager talking to his or her employees, but also listening to their concerns and problems. For a manager, it is important to ensure their understanding of company objectives and their individual job roles, but it is equally important to show them the importance of their feedback to the achievement of targets and standards (www.careers-help.co.uk). Communication in the workplace is vital because effective motivation can’t take place without it. A manager needs to communicate with their staff on a regular basis, conduct weekly team meetings, discuss issues, and deal with grievances to remove communication hurdles. Effective communication allows employees to offer feedback and to provide creative ideas to help enhance and change business practices, policies, and procedures.
By using these an example this will allow Kudlers to properly train employees in customer service. Kudlers plans to spend $91,715 on new software to improve their current training plan. Kudlers has also started a budget for new customer relationship management system (CRM). Importance of Marketing Research Kudlers plans to increase their customer loyalty by offering high-margin services. Kudlers plans to do this by better understanding the customer needs, this can be obtained by tracking the purchases of the current cliental.
The inspirational and supportive styles are most effective as these develop through exploiting opportunities of change in order to accomplish positive goals. The supportive style has the role to facilitate the work of employees and provide the necessary involvement of leaders by listening and cooperating. The maintaining phase involves overseeing the progress, guiding others, energizing, and assisting. Logical, inspirational, and supportive leadership styles would give positive results here. This phase is complex and needs a mix of actions and tactics.
Riordan Manufacturing Motivation Plan Jefferson Leveille MGT 311 September 9, 2013 Yvette Mack Riordan Manufacturing Motivation Plan Over the years it has been the goal of Riordan to develop new theories on motivating our employees. What we look for are theories that will influence our workplace configuration.. The goal is to find out from our employees how do they feel about outlook in the future and where they feel their skills are better suited in assisting the companies future success. We also take the individual employees personal into account when developing these theories. We have learned in the past that when you increase responsibilities by challenging people with new projects will improve their engagement in the workplace.
Happy and satisfied employees’ decreases the turnover rate within the office and also keeps the moral high. Continuing this shows the high level executives that the General Manager is doing well and optimizing his ability to lead. It is also important for an organization to work as a team. The general manager must know how to execute and communicate the same common goal to different groups. This is very difficult because in order for the team to feel as equally passionate about the common goal, the manager must communicate the goal in a way that makes each employee feel they are doing their part individually to achieve the common goal.
For instance if the employee is having problems with the sales aspect of the company, there will be a mini training session for techniques for improving sales. And to help our new employees with the learning process there will be a mentor who will be there to assist with any problems that may arise. Making sure our customers are treated fairly and and given the
Ashford University Employee Training – BUS 375 Dr. Barbara-Leigh Tonelli August 26, 2014 Aspects of the Transfer of Training: What is Good and What is Bad Introduction Organizations expect their employees to be willing to learn the things necessary to add more or better quality to their own individual work output for the greater good of the company. “Transfer of training refers to trainees’ effectively and continually applying what they learned in training (knowledge, skills, behaviors, cognitive strategies) to their jobs” (Noe, 2010). In this paper I will present the aspects of transfer of training and describe how important it is to productively train employees and make sure they apply their knowledge to the job. As Noe (2010)
Arthur may not be the best at managing others, which could make presentations or working on teams difficult. Arthur would not be the best choice to manage other workers, but he is an asset to the company because he has a positive attitude and likes his job. Arthur is a valued employee, and this positive state of mind could be good for morale. “Breaking down organizational goals into smaller more detailed task geared specifically toward the strength of an employee is an example of Management by Objection or the goal setting theory” (Pearson Education, Inc, 2011). As manager, I have decided that Arthur will serve the company well working in a position that does not require him to be in charge of any projects.