October 16, 2014

People

How does Organization keep their people?

What is the best strategic of development career?

Is development career for whole employees?

These are some question that I am thinking since the seminar N° 2. The work is more than money for some of us, but not for all. In some cases, people prefer have a secure and relax job. In my case I prefer a challenge job that helps me to be better every day. So, my background has been built based in different experience, projects or achieves than just time, day and year in some company.

On the other hand, how organization can create an environment where people move on and give the best of them every day but in same time get best position and have balance between salaries and labor force.

At the end of the day, people improve their position based in their skill but how many companies share that path with their employees. Today, I am concluding with a big question related to HHRR and I hope manage that answers very soon.

CDR


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  1. Hey, I have been thinking about that discussion as well and have many questions. It is very difficult you will find a existing company which has “best of both worlds” with great environment as well as qualified/justified promotion.
    I guess the only way is to have an open minded leadership which can be convinced to train the management in a way, so it can detect leadership talent and promote the right people who will help them to build motivated teams.

    Just a simple idea though…

    Cheers

    16 Oct 2014, 21:48

  2. I remember having a similar discussion with Ibrahim today. If we should not set targets (for example) what should we do instead?
    Maybe autonomy is the solution, I find this thought a little bit creepy but in general I like it. I am sure that people will overachieve targets (which are either not explicitly set or not rewarded with money) when they have ownership, responsibility and do what they are passionate about.

    I think when it comes to having the “best position” everyone is different as well. Working hard and passionately does not mean that I have to be promoted vertically, maybe a higher position could be too much for my capability and would not make me happy. I think there are other instruments to keep people motivated like (as said) giving owenership, new tasks, support them with gathering the necessary expertise or even let them go if they want to.

    Another thought that comes into my mind just now is that I was always passionate about adding value to my customers. This was, what made my day even though I had to work hard. Being respected for doing a good job (especially in HR it is not so easy as everyone thinks you are just wasting money and time :-)). However, seing people earning twice as much money doing a similar job and this job even worse than me (at least I believe^^) made me feel really angry. But I also understand that people who are already longer in the company might need to earn more…ah I do not know what the best way is either :-D

    16 Oct 2014, 22:24

  3. I my view, organisations can keep them employees by engaging them in professional development programmes, so they can progress and feel more satisfied and empowered. Also, challenging employees could be a way to get them to offer the best of them, so they can contribute more and find reasons of them stay at the organisation. However, (from my observation) people change them employers for reasons such as: if they didn’t find the respect, not challenged or did not see future choices with that employer.

    16 Oct 2014, 23:47


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