Ryan
India's 1st Strategic Strengths Coach, Corporate
Manishsawankar
Hr Executive

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Aligning Business Priorities and Employee Expectations
Hi All,
Lets have a meaningful discussion on above topic. We face many situations where business priorities and employee's expectations clash. Here we have to do a circus of alignment of these two.
Regards
Manish

From India, Nagpur
Hi
Is there a particular aspect you want to talk about?
In my view it will always come down to
1) money
2) power & ambition
3) politics
Rather you may need to align these three so that you can then align business and employee expectations.
What do you think? Would like to have views of other members.
Regards
Ryan

From India, Mumbai
Whenever an employee joins, there are various permutations in the terms and conditions that he agrees to:-
(a) He makes it known that his expectations are aligned with business goals of the company. This may also be quantified by the skills and experience he has.
(b) He is not bothered as much about the companies goals as he is about his goals. He nevertheless has the skills and the experience desired.
(c) The company finds the candidate suitable to their interest, so they promise him that his expectations will be looked into. This may or may not fructify.
(d) The company knows that the candidate's expectations will not be met, but employ him anyway as they don't have a better choice.
Also, any company's and employee's expectations and goals undergo mid course and on-course corrections and need re-alignment.
This can be further discussed
Regards
Navinder

From India, Delhi
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