Dear Manager, Change What You Control If you Want To Control The End

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Dear Manager, Change What You Control If you Want To Control The End

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Semco Style Institute
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It’s no secret that middle managers in large companies are powerless in many ways. Very often, their role is restricted to providing recommendations to the upper management and they have no say in the final decision-making process. High-impact decisions like who gets promoted, what should be the final performance rating that directly impacts the percentage of increment offered to a person etc. are typically made by managers who are two levels above the ground-level employee.

Why Your Mentorship Program Is Failing And What You Can Do About It

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Why Your Mentorship Program Is Failing And What You Can Do About It

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Guruswamy Ramasubramanian
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Being a new employee is like being a new college student. Like in college, a new employee not only has the actual work to tackle but also has to learn about a new work environment; the people who are going to affect their work life; the rules of engagement and the company culture. These are things which are experienced and cannot be addressed with just a simple briefing by the HR.

How To Offer Internal Talent Exposure Without The Red Tape

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How To Offer Internal Talent Exposure Without The Red Tape

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Sonal Athvanker
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Organizations often struggle to fulfill the career aspirations of internal talent, even though considerable efforts, cost and time are spent on finding the right talent to fill a role when someone leaves or a new one opens up. It’s also not new to source talent from within the company, through internal job postings. It’s an established practice that’s used to offer employees new roles within the organization.

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