Southwest Case: 2. How is Southwest’s Human Resource Management System linked to its strategy? Human Resource Management System is one of the most important parts of the strategy of the company as it has de responsibility to recruit, hire, select, promote and train personnel who will work in a fun-loving organizational culture. Southwest take their employees as they were part of a family to encourage them to take care of the customers. With this strategy they want that the employees get involved and act as if it was their own company by creating new ideas, serving customers, showing a fun work ambient and increasing profitability.
In the case incident, Donna Carroll, finally was appointed a supervisory job that she thought she deserved. In this position, she appointed two of her co-workers she thought had the leadership abilities to become group leaders. Evelyn Castalos was assigned the task of scheduling work assignments while keeping her current position in the operation. Evelyn’s work history showed that she had great responsibility and enthusiasm. Bill Degger was assigned the task of training new and current employees about the new work coming into the department while holding his current position in the organization.
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.
The leader-follower relationship is important in practically every setting because one role cannot exist without the other. These relationships exist in small businesses, corporations, and community settings, among others. Kelley discusses followers with the intent to make the audience aware of what makes good followers and how we can be better followers. Kellerman writes her article with leaders in mind so that they may understand followers more thoroughly in order to benefit the company or organization in the long run. Robert E. Kelley and Barbara Kellerman focus on the followers in the relationship because they are the major driving force in the success of a company or organization.
If the skills they have are what are needed for the job then they will be in a good position to be selected for the job. Employers need to see in a CV and application form, exam certificates, in an interview and perhaps in a test that the employee has the qualifications and training to carry out the work to the required level. Being able to show that you have relevant previous experience and knowledge of products or services is also very helpful. In every job you will need good communication skills. You must be able to communicate well with staff and this also includes communicating with other businesses and organisations, or perhaps with the members of the public.
Don’t sit down and wait for the opportunities to come. Get up and make them.” (Madam CJ Walker) This is the kind of leader that will inspire others to do better. She uses her own advice to succeed in life and that’s what I plan on doing. I want to achieve in my dreams and plan on doing it by staying focus. Madam CJ Walker was also like a business woman.
Why? If I were John Mitchell, I would have approached Krista Acklen before agreeing to mayor’s idea. Any decision is going to impact Acklen and her team, so it is important that she is involved. I would have brainstormed with her to look at the various options. Even if finally we decide to share the office space with the other team, it will be a mutually agreed decision where both teams are happy and given enough respect and
A desirable candidate will be in demand, and a wise interviewer will attempt to win over the candidate, while making sure she has all the information she needs to make an informed decision. It is important to let the candidate know how my company can benefit her in terms of salary, benefits and career advancement. A candidate should leave the interview impressed by our interest in her, and by what our company has to offer. Be Prepared i should be as prepared as the interviewer. Before starting the interview, I should carefully review the candidate's cover letter, resume, background information and references.
Here I will explain the importance of employability and personal skills when recruiting new staff and attempting to retain existing staff in my selected organisation which is ‘Benefit Cosmetics’. It’s important that the organisation consider the personal skills and the employability of new staff as human resources and the company’s performance is a very important aspect in the running of the business and the overall results. It is also important that existing staff get the correct training to develop new skills needed for specific job roles or tasks, e.g. staff working behind the performing beauty counters will need to be kept up to date on new product information and how to apply the products. Employability skills: Employability skills are skills that are required for a specific job role or a task.
The formation of common interest groups consisting primarily of women has had a considerable impact on their lives. The impact of SHG’s on women’s empowerment and social security has been continuously an improvement from the status quo, but there is a need for support in several areas which are analysed in this case study. The groups work on the principle of mutual help and works towards making every member of the group self-employed. Thus formation of such groups reflects culture of the organization and imparts leadership and motivational qualities in women. This case study also helps understand the various motivational concepts, working in teams, group formation and development, group decision making and also few basic approaches towards ‘Leadership’.