Most of us have one person in our inner circle who can be trusted to give us ( at times brutally ) honest feedback. The truth is bitter, they say afterall. This person can be blunt sometimes; what he has to say can make you a little uncomfortable. But, because he's so straightfoward, you know he's not trying to upset you - and you know exactly where you stand with him. He has your best interests at heart.
In a recent Harvard Business Review article, "The Power of Small Wins," Teresa Amabile and Steven J. Kramer discuss the concept of what they’ve termed the “power principle”. The authors asked professionals to keep diaries at work and, after studying these diaries, they identified the power principle, which states: “Of all the things that can boost emotions, motivation, and perceptions during a workday, the single most important is making progress in meaningful work. And the more frequently people experience that sense of progress, the more likely they are to be creatively productive in the long run.”
Workplaces that focus on fostering empathetic work cultures are more productive and have higher employee satisfaction and retention rates than those that don't. Businesses that integrate emotional intelligence in their companies through flexible policies and empathetic management styles outperform their rivals. Not to mention, diverse and inclusive offices can only truly work if there is empathetic leadership. (And we already know that companies perform better when their talent is diverse.) Empathy allows you to embrace our differences, and empathetic leadership fosters those differences—different ideas, different perspectives, different strengths and weaknesses—to build better teams.
Faster cellular service is part of the appeal, but that's just starters for banking consumers and banks and credit unions increasingly delivering their services via mobile devices. Financial institutions will rely on 5G for instantaneous services and experiences along routes many haven't even thought of yet. Banking consumers should see vastly improved customer experience as this technology comes to more areas.
The role of management has changed quite a bit over the past few years. Few people realize it, but the role of management was originally created to maintain the status quo and enforce rules and protocols. Managers were supposed to push employees and extract everything they could from them. Management never cared about engagement, empowerment, or anything related to employee experience.
The demand for companies to retain top talent is intensifying. One report suggests that employee retention is the number one issue on the minds of CEOs today — not just in the U.S., but around the world. And yet, companies often spend very little time onboarding new hires. A standardized onboarding process is essential giving that up to 20% of staff turnover occurs within the first 45 days of employment.The demand for companies to retain top talent is intensifying. One report suggests that employee retention is the number one issue on the minds of CEOs today — not just in the U.S., but around the world. And yet, companies often spend very little time onboarding new hires. A standardized onboarding process is essential giving that up to 20% of staff turnover occurs within the first 45 days of employment.
Project managers abound, but highly effective project leaders are much harder to find.The latter are shaped not only by their technical knowledge and capabilities,but by how effectively they communicate with others at all levels.
As financial institutions work to digitally transform their business, there is a need to go beyond simply buying new technology or deploying new solutions. To succeed, retail banking leaders must build a culture supportive of meeting consumers' rapidly increasing expectations.
You may not realize it, but your calendar habits can make or break your success and your productivity. That’s because without proper calendar management you aren’t able to be as focused and productive as you should be.
Going from employee to manager is an exciting time in our career. It means we’ve mastered a certain level of our work and are ready for a new challenge! Whether you’re a first-time manager or getting back into a team leadership role, there are a few things to remember.
Work-life balance can be elusive under the best job circumstances, but when you work non-traditional hours—whether you’re in a client-facing role, you have a busy season, or you’re facing a big project deadline—finding time for the people and things you love can be even more difficult.After all, early mornings, late hours, and limited breaks aren’t exactly conducive to balance. Still, it’s possible to carve out time for what’s important to you even when your work life seems crazy. So adopting one (or more) of these expert tips can help.
The need to ensure and enhance employee productivity is a reality no business can ignore. If you run a business, you'll want to lean away from doing the mundane and routine when you can. However, it's inevitable that you'll encounter factors that may weaken or extinguish employee motivation and dampen productivity. You will need to mitigate these productivity-killers. The first thing to do is identify these factors, so you can consciously prevent them from emerging or aggravating.
First City Monument Bank (FCMB) has launched a new product called FCMB Easy Account.The account is an enhanced version of its *329# Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) platform.
There are a handful of interview questions that an interviewer always asks, and this question is at the top of this list. No need to wobble at the knees, get to it. Consider tackling it as an elevator pitch. An elevator pitch is a summary of 30 to 60 seconds that contains a snapshot of achievements and qualifications and how it fits the current role. It should be concise and should be able to be delivered on a short elevator ride.
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