31-10-2019 01:29 PM
03-12-2019 07:24 PM
Promoting Internal Talent Vs Sourcing from outside have their advantages and disadvantages. Experience shows that you can benefit more from promoting internal talent by grooming the high potentials to the suitable role. The following come to my mind: 1. Loyalty of the employee; 2. Capitalisation on existing business relationships with internal, external customers; 3. Improved psychological contract; 4. Positive vibe within the organisation and thereby better motivation to other staff; 5. Cheaper to hire external people in junior positions and develop them; 6. Disruptive thinking vs disruptive culture trade-off; and the list goes on.. What you may compromise on is 1. Different thinking styles; 2. Experience from outside the organisation (sometimes very valuable) to challenge the status-quo 3. Disruptive thinking vs disruptive culture trade-off Email me for more info. Regards! Suneel
10-08-2020 09:38 PM
Talented internal employees are like water. They will grow your business and expect to grow their career. If you don't provide them growth opportunity, they will find it elsewhere. Promoting the wrong employee will be disastrous for any Organisation.
02-09-2020 01:06 PM
There are many benefits 1. No cost of hiring 2. Little induction and time to get familiar with the culture is required 3. Employee is familiar with the work culture. On boarding is quick 4. Required training is limited 5. Performance results are immediate 6. Motivation to other employees to perform better 7. Promotion can be used as a reward for performing employees However, to promote internal employees, we need to plan and train the employee in advance so that he takes up the higher responsibilities with ease. Also, criteria of promotions and the process should be transparent, giving opportunities to all eligible employees otherwise it will create a dissent or dissatisfaction.
31-10-2019 01:12 PM
31-10-2019 01:02 PM
03-12-2019 07:28 PM
Hi Chirag, Talent should always be given utmost priority whether or not its MNC. Setting up the pipeline and building up on the same gives you an edge as its easier to manage the growth with the organisation. If you hold back on this, you will have a huge mountain to climb later on. Furthermore, this exercise will give you the opportunity to identify the training needs early and groom the resources early to make them suitably fit for the jobs. For more info, please email me and we can chat in detail. Regards! Suneel
29-10-2019 10:35 AM
03-12-2019 07:35 PM
Great question! My experience with training various large corporations gave me an opportunity to address this. 1. Nature exposure gives you a different perspective toward the training. It also depends on how the training is handled, conducted and managed from content, activities as well as the trainers ability to capitalise on the resources at hand in such contexts. 2. Taking the delegate attendees away from closed boardrooms also have a psychological advantage of putting them at ease. 3. Evening sessions around a campfire have more positive impact than the ones during the round table discussions for example. For more insights, contact me directly on my email. Regards! Suneel Burra
02-09-2020 01:00 PM
Thank you for asking. I would like to answer your question. It depends on the objective of the training. If you want participants to relax and de-stress themselves, or a workshop is on team building where lot of outbound activities are planned, then a place close to the nature would work wonders. Such initiatives require lot of time and money hence they are limited to once in a year. However, if the workshop is more towards learning and developing the participants, banquets with good ambience and food is preferred. Such workshops happen frequently. One important thing to remember is, whenever you have trainings, ideal would be to do it away from your office otherwise participants are unable to give 100% attention to the workshop. Thank you for reading. Have a great day.
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