Would you like to know the secret behind how to achieve organizational success? It is strong performance management, which is the processes you put in place to assess and rewards and the abilities for your workforce to meet and exceed goals.
The main idea is to improve morale, drive loyalty and increase the overall productivity in your employees through performance management is the key to a company’s ability for outperforming competition.
The best performance management systems are the ones that establish a true pay-for-performance culture, which in turn drives better employee engagement. The process for linking a company’s compensation plan to team or individual performance requires the following – setting, assessing, and rewarding achievable performance success and expectations. Continue reading –>
We know the secret sorrows of most MNA pursuant buried under a pile of endless MBA assignments to finish – they are not particularly great at phone interviews! They end up stressing a lot afterwards about not getting the job. But you should know it is not that hard.
We have done our fair share of phone interviews, both on the hiring side of the equation as well as the joining side. So, it might be safe to say that we are pretty qualified to write on this topic.
Here goes our five tips to ace your phone interview:
Take a note of your surrounding (you should also pay attention to this when writing assignments):
If there is a scheduled interview that you have, take precautions in advance to get in a good spot physically.
Never try to take a phone interview at your desk where you cannot talk freely. Also avoid taking a cal when there is too much going on in the background. Another important pro-tip that most interviewees are unaware of is the habit of talking on phone while walking. The subconscious breathlessness that occurs while doing so, affects the interviewer’s judgment about the person talking on phone, you may seem to lack authority in such circumstances when the person on the opposite end of the line does not know you. Continue reading –>
When we speak of confidence, an image of a smart guy with clean hair, dressed in fitted formals who smiles like the receptionist at a hotel lobby and can get any girl’s number at the bar comes to mind. But is that genuine confidence?
Thanks to pop culture our idea of confidence (like everything else) is vastly distorted. So, here in this post we would like to discuss three different types of confidence and how you can build them in each area. Be it at work, with friends, within your romantic life and amidst superiors, it really does not matter.
To develop better confidence is the same as practising for a test, identify the area where you are the weakest and get to work into developing that area. Continue reading –>