Reputation as preferred employer
Jack Welsh once said "if you can create an organisation where people really want to work you have got your hands on one of the most powerful competitive advantages in the game: the ability to hire and field the best team".
Your managers and HR department work alongside OvationXL to help build the coveted reputation as preferred employer by developing a culture that encourages and delivers continuous learning. An appropriate mix of training and 1-2-1 coaching sends out the motivational message to your employees and prospective employees that you have set a steady course for facilitating their continual personal growth and effectiveness.
We examine and compare your reward structure to ensure that remuneration and promotion are made almost exclusively on results. Meritocracy fires up people with brains, self-confidence and competitive spirit. We help encourage a culture of calculated risk taking. This means celebrating entrepreneurial successes and not criticising those who tried something different that failed.
We help encourage healthy diversity by building understanding between bright people of different genders, race and opinions. We help your team to spot and celebrate the value in other peoples' viewpoints rather than engaging in damaging conflict. We help you to raise your standards for entry by developing a stringent process for recruiting new people.
Your new strengths and abilities
- Broader knowledge of most important factors that employees value in a job - money doesn't turn out to be top of everyone's list after all.
- Techniques to attract and retain talented staff to your organisation.
Did you know?
Talent attracts other talent. It's people who determine the success or failure of an organisation. Preferred employer status sets firm foundations for sustained growth and future prosperity.
Who would benefit?
HR department and senior managers.
To discuss a current or potential need, contact Robin Johnson at OvationXL on 0845 260 7700 or
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