Coaching Managers To Improve Their Skills
Prashant B Ingawale
Hr Recruiter At Kashvi Consultant
2nd September 2013 From India, Mumbai
In addition to what has already been provided, the most important policy is an HR "Retention and Engagement Policy". The essentials of that policy are
1- Employees should live by their own value standards and in their use be strong and independent. Do not think of what the boss might want.
2- Everyone should be well-trained and bosses will do everything they can to help.
3- The ten most important things to bring to work are attitude, attitude, attitude, attitude, attitude, attitude, attitude, attitude, attitude, and attitude.
4- Bosses are suppliers whose main function is to supply high quality support to their customers (subordinates)
5- Bosses must not issue orders except in situations where time does not permit proper instruction.
6- Employees should talk back to their bosses - ask for whatever you need to achieve excellence.
7- Self-control by each individual is the only control mechanism that will achieve superior performance.
8- Self-control will be backed up by bosses listening and responding one-on-one to the complaints, suggestions, and questions of their people and by holding weekly group meetings for the same purpose to ferret out conditions not supporting excellence.
9- We are all on the same team. We are all associates. Cooperate and treat each other well. Let's be superstars together.
Best regards, Ben Simonton
Leadership is a science and so is engagement
3rd September 2013 From United States, Tampa
On net, u can find so many format of this policy. But what u should keep in mind is the nature of yr organisation and industrial climate and then u go further. Secondly policy framing is not a easy task dear. So u go to the depth of yr company, its culture and then u start to format policy with sole discretion with top management.
10th September 2013 From India, Surat
"One size fits all" approach hardly ever works while framing HR policies. Framing successful policies requires you to understand the organization, have a feel of the culture and start slowly by working on making your policies acceptable to your employees.
In my opinion, your policies should revolve around at least following pointers
Workforce Planning and Diversity
Workplace Management and Relations
Workplace safety and health
Building Capabilities and Organizational Learning
HR Management Systems, Support and Monitoring
In case, you require any (Paid) help with preliminary draft or wanted to outsource the drafting part of your policy formulation , so that you can focus on implementation, you may contact undersigned.
10th September 2013 From India, Delhi