UNIT 513 POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR INDIVIDUALS Dear shell i have thrown this together quickly so it may not be too good but hopefully will be ebough xxxx 1. As a manager it is vital that i support my staff team to achieve and demonstrate desirable outcomes with and for the people they support in whatever capacity.By outcomes I mean the specification of the differences that are intended to result from a given activity. 2. Approaches to outciome based practise should be open and transparent, it should involve all of the people supporting the person and the person should be in the centre of it all. Taking into account the opinions of others and listeneing properly to their input will encourage a healthy team and also give the person involved control of whos and what input they would like in their support.
I make sure that the students are aware of these, as soon as the semester begins. Should there be any changes, I make sure that I keep the students updated. I set my expectations and goals and they are also posted on the wall. An open door policy is implemented – students can approach me if they need anything. The students are aware that the expectations and goals are valuable to all of us, students and teacher.
Question 5 – Customer Service Quality I feel that other measures would be to continue to train the employees on customer skills. Develop a program specifically for Tanglewood that would give the employees realistic scenarios they can do to improve their relationship skills with customer. You can also provide meeting where the manager and employees can discuss certain scenarios to better prepare new hires. I think focus groups will continue to help because they stay on top of problems and can keep you on your toes as the retail business changes. Question 6 – Realism in
This is because you will have already met some of the staff and realised they are actually very friendly and you can familiarise yourself with your surroundings so you won’t get lost on your competency-based interview and risk look silly. The main advantages shown in the case study are: The day prepares the applicant for the competence-based interview. It will give him/her guidance on what qualities they are looking for by meeting the other staff that work there. T By doing a day’s work it will give the applicant the opportunity to know exactly what he/she would be doing and give him/her knowledge of what they expect in the workplace It gives the applicant a chance to show off their skills to other team members and managers By seeing the other applicants you will be able to measure up how your own skills compare to theirs, more qualities to state during the interview He/she will be able to hopefully make a few friends so that if successful their first day of work will not be so daunting and you will gain confidence The main disadvantages shown in the case study
Each company has their own website where you can find their employment opportunities links on each site. They walk you through the process of applying in order to get your desired position within the organization. Each also have contact information such as phone numbers, email addresses, etc. in order to stay in contact and follow up hard on your application to let them know how serious and dedicated I am on becoming the newest member of their team. Learning who the right managers are within each organization, and who might make the final hiring decisions would be a must so that I could focus on them when I am following up on my applications.
By focusing attention on setting understandable performance expectation, it will help the employees know what is expected of them to be successful on the job. HRM defines career development goals as part of the process they make it very clear how the current position supports employee growth and additional opportunities the employee may explore. HRM should inspire employees to strive and achieve the company’s mission statement and objectives. Corporation and the employees should understand how an employee contributes to the organization. With customary discussions on feedback, coaching and position updates encourage flexibility.
Finally * Outline challenging, clear career paths. Employees want to know where they could be headed and how they can get there. Annual reviews or midyear check-ins are one obvious venue for these discussion, but you should also encourage workers to come to you with career questions and wishes throughout the year. Q3. Why is mentoring and coaching of employees important in operational planning?
It shows that the introverted individual come up with a plan before acting, needing time to think things through. Employers have found personality testing to be a great tool in determining whether or not an individual have what it takes to be successful on the job with interaction and interpersonal communication with others. Even though the pre-employment personality test is a good ideal, it does have the potential to produce problems. One of the problems would occur when a potential candidate tries to cheat the system by answering the question in a way to make the employer feel they are the best one for the job. This type of answering would be using a hypothetical method.
After a thank you is one of the easiest and best ways to boast your chances in the hiring process. A thank you letter re assures your interest in the position and a way to add positive points about your self you forgot to bring up in the interview. The job market is unforgiving and tough, but if one follows that stated steps above they can strongly increase their chances of being hired as a professional accountant. With hard work, a strong will to be successful and a positive attitude, companies will see that and a candidate will eventually be hired and on his way to a flourishing career as an
The company should always give a realistic job description accompanied with a self-assessment survey. Many ideas should be job shadowing, ride along with a current employee, asking more question and giving more answers in the interview process, let the applicants meet employees and ask questions they might now feel like they can ask you, in other words let them feel the job out first and in this process you can get a better read if the employee would be a good fit for the company. The pre-employment testing is the most important thing that HR can do to make sure that the employee will be the right fit. HR needs to review the job history, experience do the thorough reference and background checks and in the interview give the behavioral interview with a personality assessment this will give a better feel for the employees work ethic. Provide an open line of communication between employees and management or HR.