Talentumeq

WELCOME TO KNOWING-DOING

What is your expectations?

Building meaningful organization through well established HR

 

HR is not only Hiring & Firing

  • Understanding of organizational values, doing the right thing in your company
  • Recruiting right talents
  • The power of motivation
  • Emotional Intelligence “ Invisible skills”
  • Recognition and rewarding performance
  • Employee engagement
  • Creating a learning environment
  • Proactive conflict management
  • Problem solving
  • How to aid and support your staff during changes
  • Monitoring and understanding of the quality improvement processes
  • Managing redundancy

What do the importance of organizational values mean?

– Passion for company – 

– Passion for co-workers –

– Passion for result –

– Passion for the company environment and company services – 

Emotional Intelligence=EQ

Having the capacity to notice and control our feelings can act as a steering methods in our lives, enables us to have surer sense of how we really feel about personal decisions, from whom to marry to what job to take. Self motivation, self control and being able to “get into the flow” is another key element in emotional intelligence and can result in people be more focused and productive. 

Being able to see things from another person’s perspective gives us the capacity to get our ideas accepted, since we can also take into account the needs of the other person. 

BEING SELF-MOTIVATED CAN PUT YOU IN A POSITION WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY WORK FOR ITS OWN SAKE, WITHOUT LOOKING FOR EXTRINSIC REWARD! 

Problem Solving and quality improvement process

Measures achievements and actions

Implement Plan and capture result

Actions: Corrective, preventative break through

Review and analyze results

Use simple improvement instrument: PDCA cycle

Plan : Look forward, identify, understand
Do : Appreciate and relevant action
Check : Monitor and evaluate effects
Act : Promote feedback to upstream teams.

Employee
Engagement

Actively disengaged

Not engaged

Engaged

Unhappy employees who undermine their coworkers

Employees who are checked out and sleepwalking through their jobs

Employees who work with passion, feel connected to the company, and help move the organization forward. 

 

Question: Do you show up to work everyday with the intention of helping others succeed? 

Changing Face of Talent Competition

Changing the Face of Talent Competition. You and your company compete against others. If you were Coca Cola, you’d compete against Pepsi, Volvo versus BMW, Boeing versus Airbus, McDonalds versus Burger King, Atlas Copco versus Ingersoll-Rand, Bosch and Chicago Pneumatic. This competition also extends to the candidate economy where talented individuals might decide to drive for Uber or join the online freelance marketplace instead of working for you. How do you reach these candidates? What do you need to provide them with? What are your talent sourcing methods? Carrying out the interview itself? Which questions are important when you do the interview?

DIFFERENT WORKING ENVIRONMENTS AND ACTIVITIES

Company of smart groupmates looking at camera
Company of smart groupmates looking at camera

OPTIMIZE THE INTERVIEW TIME

  • Get the environment right
  • Turn off your mobile
  • Clear your desk as much as possible, keeping just the documents you require for the interview
  • It is important for you to know if the candidate knows about your company.

Some Example :

  • What did you like about your last position? (called open question)
  • Did you say that you worked in a marketing department for three years? (closed question)
  • What do you think you learnt working as an assistant manager? (Biographical question)
  • Tell me about a demanding goal you set for yourself? (Competency question)
  • We need proactive people. How would you describe yourself? (Leading question)

Employee Development
Creating a learning environment

Skills and competency development can be undertaken in a variety of ways

● from self-learning

● experiential learning

● job rotation

● through to guidance (example coaching, mentor, formal training courses we can provide) 

 

Questions

● How learning manifests itself in an organization?

● What skills and competencies do we need to meet the company goals?

● What is our strategic priorities?

Proactive conflict management

Successful negotiation requires a set of skills that must be learned and practiced. Win-win outcome for all who have been involved are very important; 

To do that, you need to; 

Diagnostic : The ability to determine the nature of conflict

Initiating : Handling confrontations effectively

Listening : The ability to hear the other’s point of view

Problem solving : To bring about the consensus decision

ENSURE THE EMPHSIS IS ON SOLVING PROBLEMS AND NOT BLAMING INDIVIDUALS! 

GET IN TOUCH

Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are ready to help you with your questions! Please give us a call at the number below or send us an email.

Talentum EQ Consulting Sdn Bhd (1211814-W) 

3.02D (East Wing), Level 3,

Menara BRDB, 285 Jalan Maarof,

Bukit Bandaraya,

59000 Kuala Lumpur 

T: 603-2297 3711 

F: 603 2297 3717 

E: elif@talentumeq.com

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