The Human Resource in Thailand – made easy
Most CEOs will agree that managing the Human Resource in Thailand effectively is the differentiator of competitive advantage.
Easier said than done, however!
This is because, first and foremost, the ‘human resource’ is not the responsibility of any one person. It’s an area of shared responsibility among the CEO, his managers and supervisors (direct reports), Global Human Resource Departments, local HR and even, in certain cases, Trade Unions and local government departments.
But it gets more challenging still.
Another problem is that everyone in any team or organisation has their own idea about talent management. This is natural and to be expected. However, problems arise when managers’ techniques fail to engage their colleagues with, in some cases, increased staff turnover, reduced motivation levels, and performance issues the result.
So what can CEOs do?
Enter Managing for Employee Engagement
CEOs can spend a lot of time trying to get the ‘system’ right (and rightly so). However, sometimes what is lacking is a simple way of enabling managers and colleagues to understand what employee engagement is – and how it can foster a dynamic human resource in your company. A clear concept, in other words, of what employee engagement is, and how to promote it in each business unit and team.
Managing for Employee Engagement is a simple and effective one-day training programme that brings the practices of employee engagement to life.
Hands-on and interactive, this management training workshop gives your colleagues the tools to make managing the human resource so much easier.
Why not find out more about the programme here, or ask for an information pack by completing the details below?
…Managing the Human Resource function has never been so easy!
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