Archive for December, 2010

Attitude

Monday, December 20th, 2010

Attitude is everything. Yes, Everything.

It is more vital than events. It’s more important than what’s happened. Because attitude determines whether we are happy or unhappy, fulfilled or empty, the positive perspective assures us that we can never fail. A hopeful attitude guarantees internal success. Attitude- the altitude adjuster determines whether we fly high or low, crash or soar, glide or slide.

Anybody can have a positive attitude when things are going well. What really matters is how you act when things are going badly, that determines the strength of your character. An appropriate attitude means feeling hopeful in challenging times.

Here are the magnificent 7 Ways to Improve Your Attitude:

1. Choose to be Enthusiastic

Corporate presidents voted it the most valuable personality trait. It’s the biggest single factor in successful selling. Think enthusiastically. Talk enthusiastically. Become enthusiastic by acting enthusiastic. Your thoughts and actions establish your level of enthusiasm.

2. Be Alive to Everything You Do

Walk fast. Put a bounce in your step. A vigorous, hearty handshake indicates you are glad to be alive and happy to be with the other person. A good smile radiates enthusiasm. Put spirit into your speech by varying the tempo, raising and lowering the pitch, changing the tone and modulation.

Force yourself to act with enthusiasm, and soon you will feel enthusiastic.

3. Broadcast Good News

No one ever made a friend or accomplished anything worthwhile by transmitting bad news. Good news, on the other hand, promotes good-will and spreads enthusiasm. The message, “Hey! I’ve got good news” gets the attention of everyone. Take sunshine to school or work. Always aim to make the person you talk to feel better than they otherwise would.

4. The Power of Visualization

Imagination powerfully influences successful outcomes. When imagination and willpower compete, the imagination always wins. Force of will never keep you striving for success, but proper visualization will. All peak performers visualize success. Before you try to do anything, close your eyes and visualize yourself doing it well.

5. Positive Self-Talk

What did you say to yourself today? Did you moan and groan about everyone at work? Did you complain about your parents to your best friend?

What we think is 100% reflected in how we feel. If all we think about is negative thoughts, our actions will be negative.

Remember I’m Healthy! Wealthy! Happy!

I do what I ought to do, when I ought to do it, whether I want to or not! No Debate! I love me!”

6. Love Others

How can we become more loving?

By bringing encouragement, optimism, and hope to all that we meet.

By helping others feel comfortable in our presence.

By spreading joy and goodwill.

Thanks & regards,

Priyanka Roy

BEST MANAGER

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

An employee LEAVE their immediate MANAGERS, not the company they work for.

There are various pre-requisite for becoming a “BEST MANAGER” – be it in Human Resource or some other processes. Let me make you through some of them:

A BEST MANAGER rejects conventional wisdom
A BEST MANAGER treat every employee as an individual.
A BEST MANAGER never fix weaknesses; instead they focus on strengths and talent.
A BEST MANAGER know they are on stage everyday, and people are watching every move they make.
A BEST MANAGER are those that build a work environment where the employees are able to answer positively 10 out of 12 question mentioned below:

Do I know what is expected of me at work?
Do I have the materials and equipment I need to do my work right?
At work, do I have the opportunity to do what I do best everyday?
In the last 7days, have I received recognition or praise for doing good work?
Does my supervisor or someone at work seem to care about me as a person?
Is there someone at work who encourages my development?
At work, do my opinions seem to count?
Does the mission/purpose of my company make me feel my job is important?
Are my co-workers committed to doing quality work?
Do I have a best friend at work?
In the last six months, has someone at work talked to me about my progress?
This last year, have I had the opportunity at work to learn and grow?

So, with these question, kindly post some comments what do you feel about your manager!!!!!!!

Yasmin Sultana

Human Resource and Human Psychology.

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

“The emphasis in successful management lies on the man, not on the work.”

Anyone who can manage his people well is a good manager. The skill of managing people can be acquired thru understanding Human Psychology .The human factor is considered as the central point in the psychology of management, as its essence and a core.

When we study the psychology of the person, we also study his mentality and the factors that influence him or rather motivate him, his work and his behavior. This helps in improving interpersonal relationship between the managers and employee. Interpersonal relationship is a part of human behavior. Establishing the interpersonal relations in work place depends upon the behavior, personality patterns and psychology of the people in the organization. That is one important reason why selection process becomes an important factor.

At the time of selection its important to understand whether the personality and psychology of candidate is compatible with the organization culture. This can be done thru Psychometric Tests where we come to know about his behavior and personality. We all know different organizations have different culture. X personality pattern may be suitable for Organization A but not for organization B. Therefore its very important to understand that recruitment should be for the organization and not the job. The candidate should fit with the company’s culture.

Priti Singh