Strengthening Leadership Development with employees

Written by Stephanie Tuia

Within every business lies a network of people who are working to make their employer successful. Because growing business requires more employees, employers need to seek prospective candidates who will align well with their business. Some businesses prefer to promote employees internally; and it can be very beneficial for their company. Keep in mind of three ways a business might want to hire internally. These reasons not only help withrepparttar growth ofrepparttar 150528 business but enhance leadership development with their employees.

Strategy- Hiring new employees is needed and inevitable within a growing business. However, most employers strategize and hire internally for upper-level management positions. Within a growing business, hiring new employees will be inevitable, this strategy, to hire candidates internally, saves time, money, and resources that would otherwise be used to train management employees. Upper-level management positions may require some training, but an internal employee will already have exposure and working knowledge ofrepparttar 150529 company and their position. Their natural leadership development will prosper as they begin to train and educate new employees ofrepparttar 150530 business.

Culture- Every business exhibits a work culture that employees are accustomed to. When you promote internally, you are hiring people who are already familiar with that work culture and leadership development is enhanced when employees carry onrepparttar 150531 traditions of a company. When an internal employee is promoted, they are often influenced byrepparttar 150532 leadership of their predecessor; and if they wish to follow their predecessor, many ofrepparttar 150533 same traditions will be maintained. For example, if a predecessor hosted a Friday luncheon for all employees,repparttar 150534 successor might wish to section off that day for their employees to continuerepparttar 150535 tradition. This provides other employees a sense of continuity. A promoted employee will take onrepparttar 150536 reigns of their new position, and lead often employees with a continued, valued work culture.

Build Your Career Decision By Decision

Written by Ramon Greenwood

Build Your Career Decision By Ramon Greenwood

Do you dislike making decisions and avoidrepparttar challenge whenever you can?

Take heart. Look around and you will find you have plenty of company.

Management psychologists Irving L. Janis and Leon Mann say people tend to be “reluctant decision makers” because they are “beset by conflict, doubts and worry.” They explain that people “seek relief by procrastinating, rationalizing and denying responsibility” in making choices.

This human tendency creates a big vacuum. Its name is opportunity!

"Organizations cannot function, certainly cannot succeed, without good decision-makers. Organizations reward those men and women who are willing and able to fill those roles," according to Ramon Greenwood, senior career counselor at

Therefore, opportunities are available for those who are willing and able to come to grips with decision-making. It'srepparttar 150498 very essence of management. Success depends on being confident and reasonably comfortable withrepparttar 150499 process. Of course, success also requires a good batting average of right decisions. That doesn't mean you have to be right all ofrepparttar 150500 time; it means be right more often than wrong.

Why People Shy Away From Decisions

It helps to understand some ofrepparttar 150501 reasons why people dislike making decisions.

All decisions encompass some degree of irrevocability. Once a decision has been made there is no returning to square one. There is a price tag attached to every decision. There are bound to be winners and losers.

Decisions expose us to attention. We may lack confidence in our ability to make decisions. We may not know how to make decisions.

These facts of life breedrepparttar 150502 kinds of stress that make some people so uncomfortable they had rather let others callrepparttar 150503 shots and take homerepparttar 150504 rewards. Others are willing to stick their heads inrepparttar 150505 sand and letrepparttar 150506 issues go unresolved.

How To Make Better Decisions

You can improve your tolerance for making decisions and do a better job at it by embracing a few common sense ideas.

It is important to realize that although each decision carries with it certain consequences, no outcome is likely to berepparttar 150507 raging success orrepparttar 150508 unmitigated catastrophe we tend to imagine.

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