Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Encash on training opportunities

Take advantage of every training opportunity you get. And when you're about to attend a training program, make sure you get the most out of it by doing some of the following:
  • Prepare yourself ahead of time: List at least five specific questions you want answered at the program.
  • Use break time to network: Talk to your peers. Find out what have been the most important things they've learned in the seminar. And make lunch and dinner plans with as many different people as you can.
  • Exchange business cards: When you receive a card, put a note on the card that says something distinctive about the person who gave it to you.
  • Collect handouts from all the speakers: That even includes the sessions you couldn't attend. You're bound to pick up a nugget or two that you would have never learned otherwise.
  • Read your notes: Review them on your way home, and prepare a summary of what you experienced and what you learned.
  • Back at work, conduct a mini-seminar: Tell your coworkers what you learned.
  • Keep in touch with the speakers: Write to them ... asking any additional questions you might have. And ask where you can get more information if you need it.

Contributed By:
Prof. D. P. Chattopadhyay
(Globsyn Business School)

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Organizational Justice

Organizational Justice ensures motivation to employees.

There are three forms of organizational justice as under:

  • Distributive Justice: This ensures equity in providing recognition to deserving employees.
  • Procedural Justice: This ensures providing rationale in connexion with the recognition provided.
  • Interactional Justice: This ensures meting out mutual charm and dignity to managees by a manager.

Obviously then, the three forms of justice above will improve the employer-employee relationship and the workplace will be a better environment for one and all.

Contributed By:
Prof. D. P. Chattopadhyay
(Globsyn Business School)