Do you want to hear your conversation partner, help him/her express his/her thoughts, and control the emotional side of the conversation so as to avoid misunderstanding and build a constructive dialogue? The following active listening techniques will come to your aid
Efficient organisation management and making informed financial administrative decisions in a timely manner is only possible when there is accurate and complete information regarding current state and forecast for organisation’s financial situation. The tool that makes it possible for an entity to present the series of planned and systematically organised financial events and transactions (revenues and expenditures) for the given time period is the budget.
HR marketing (part II)
To efficiently satisfy the needs of external clients, to be competitive at the market, organisation, first of all, must effectively meet the needs of all internal clients, i.e. the staff.
HR marketing (part I)
Modern business situation, peculiarities of modern economy demand new, and most importantly, effective approaches to human resources management. Together with functional and project approaches, which are used in management to a greater or lesser extent, quite efficient approach to establishing HR management system in the company becomes HR marketing.
Sales manager. Job profile.
In the current labour market, the sales manager is just about the most popular specialist.
Target-setting: Target vs. Objective
All business owners, managers and employees that bid to become efficient must have target setting skills. Target-setting has been used for years in large, medium and small businesses to improve manageability and transparency of enterprise business processes, and to plan and monitor staff performance productivity and efficiency.
What tasks are solved through corporate events? You can find more information about corporate events here: CORPORATE EVENTS Establishment of service quality management system HR METRIC
HR security. How to reduce direct and consequential damages of an enterprise by 60%?
We all know that one of the key resources of an enterprise is its staff. But how often do we start wondering what damage this key resource can cause to the organisation? And what can be considered as threats to HR security?