Thursday, December 2, 2010

Business can benefit from Management Training

Business can benefit from Management Training

How your Business can benefit from Management Training:

Business is not perfect. Every employer faces internal problems that include employee differences, unmet company expectations and lack of productivity to name just a few. Unfortunately, these problems eventually land back on the desks of the organization’s leadership team. No matter how distasteful handling these issues may be, they must be addressed.

Consider the following scenarios for potential problems in your work place, problems that could be resolved with the right management training.

Attitude- Troy is a disgruntled employee who always has a negative outlook on job tasks. His negativity has affected his co-workers; they are beginning to adopt his pessimistic behavior. As his supervisor, you are frustrated with him and the every growing string of defensive employees he’s influencing.

Communication- Amanda has not shown up for a few days of work. Her managers have never enforced a strict policy about calling in sick so she figured she could get by a few days without showing up or contacting her supervisors. She returns only when she ‘wants’ to come back to work. She thinks she will be "off the hook" if she is approached about her absence because there was never a clear absence policy to begin with.

Productivity- Spencer, a new hire, has joined a team of veteran workers. Too busy with their own duties, the experienced team fails to effectively train Spencer. They felt that he would quickly pick up knowledge by simply watching them do their work. Now, one of the experienced team members will be out for six weeks and you feel short handed.

Morale-You sense a lack of unity with your fellow co-workers inside the company. You have a major project coming up in two weeks. You want to know what things you can do to build working relationships that promote teamwork. Would company sponsored events and activities help?

Does your company experience problems similar to these? Are your company policies challenged or ignored? Do your employees complain or seem unclear about their job duties? Do employees show a loss of motivation, simply doing their jobs without feeling responsible for the quality of work?

With the appropriate management training, supervisors and leaders are able to develop conductive environments where employees are empowered and engaged.

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