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Teamwork towards the Goal.

Games like volleyball, basketball and rugby have something in common. You know what it is? It’s formed by group of people having the same goal- and that is to win the game despite different roles. 367 more words

Organizational Behavior

How Performance are managed?

The challenge to recruit, train and retain employees are HRD’s job, performance management ,this time, is the manager’s task to monitor an employee’s performance and make sure he/she is working within norms and towards the company’s targets. 436 more words

Organizational Behavior

How are you motivated at work?

Motivation is a broad term on its own. It defines how we push ourselves to do, to work it out or to finish a work at hand. 526 more words

Organizational Behavior

Assess Employee Engagement as Frequently as Your Finances

By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

According to research conducted by Gallup, about a quarter of employees worldwide are actively disengaged – and actually outnumber those who are engaged. 685 more words

Employee Engagement

Why personality tests?

Ever wonder why personality tests have been a part of the interview guidelines? Why situational questons are thrown at you and why panels listen carefully at how you answer and how you handle situations at hand? 336 more words

Organizational Behavior

Emotions and moods at work.

Both emotions and moods can really affect someone’s quality of performance as well as influence its work environment. These moods and emotions by an individual in the workplace have both the positive and negative effect on how one decides, performs, perceives and behaves while at work. 630 more words

Organizational Behavior