But what if there was a way to infuse joy into the workplace that focused on harnessing an individual’s value and contributions that truly connected them to the organization’s purpose while at the same time, allowing senior leadership to focus on productivity and overall performance? There is: Optimizing employee talent and making your individual team members feel valued uncovers the sweet spot between company performance and employee happiness.
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND OCCUPATIONAL STRESS Let’s face it, change causes stress. Change is inevitable; therefore, so is stress! Especially in the world of business, work, and people. All of us deal with change and stress differently. We can handle different amounts of the “load”! According to the work of Vakola and Nikolaou (2005), highly stressed individuals demonstrate decreased commitment to the organization and increased reluctance to accept organizational change. This makes the job of management very difficult because you have key results to achieve. PSYCHOMETRIC TESTING: ENGAGING INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY Organizations experiencing change need their people to get into gear. The use
Article from Hunt Scanlon by Scott Scanlon The struggle over talent? The great Lou Holtz once said, “Talent determines what you can do.” But…. With regard to business, how does what you do determine what talent you need? How do you ensure your hiring managers are hiring talent that fits what you do?Can you align this talent to your mission? Can you effectively manage and motivate these hires to keep them? Do you understand why they behave at work as they do? How can make them more a part of the team? Can you predict their performance? All tough questions