Change has truly become an integral and inherent part of organizational life. Today, organisation have entered a new era characterised by dramatic and rapid change. These changes have affected the way employees carry out their duties in various organisation. We shall be considering below treads and how they are impacting the organisational life.
Talent management: Talent management in an organisation is the commitment to recruit, retain and develop the most superior employees in the labour market. It consists of all the work system and these processes are related to retaining and developing a superior workforce. It is a strategy that organisation think will help them retain their topmost skilled and talented employees. Talent management gives managers the responsibility in the recruitment process and retention of superior employees.
Surviving the future of retaining and motivation talent: retaining and motivating talent is very important in an organisation because a well-structured talent management system help organisation motivate their employees and this gives the employees reasons to stay in the company and perform their duties effectively. Well-structured practice creates a high level of retention and this saves the company of its performance and recruitment cost in the long run.
Generational different: Generational bias should be discouraged in every organisation because where generation bias exists, most generation will feel more active and superior to the other and this affects the workforce. The best way to manage generational differences in an organisation is to encourage feedback. Every employee would want to work with colleagues of the same generation but if you have a team of a different generation, by asking everyone for feedback the issue of generational difference is destroyed as everyone put heads together to fulfil a given task in other to achieve their goal.When managing generational difference, bear in mind that task-relevant maturity is not subjected to age. Give them opportunities to work together and coach themselves. By this, they will build a strong relationship and learn to trust each other. When they bring and share knowledge together, the issue of generational difference is destroyed.
Challenges for leaders: Leaders of every organisation have one or more challenges they face and examples of such challenges are Inspiring other, Leading a team, motivating employee, developing managerial effectiveness.
Most leaders find it difficult to encourage others to ensure they are satisfied with their jobs in other to improve productivity. They also find it difficult to coach and mentor others. They lack team management and development. They don’t know how to lead a team, provide support and what to do when taking over a new team.
In every organisation, the above information should be taken very seriously. Generational bias should be discouraged and every leader must learn how to interact and reason with their employees in other to achieve their given task and be outstanding in their endeavour.
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