Some underestimate the problem: these activities have become so deeply part of their day-to-day routine that they no longer consider that things could be different. Many managerial activities which are supposed to enable effective management, however, stop it. Without sufficient visibility and key data, managers often waste time and energy on simple management activities with no guarantee that they are making the best decisions.
Onboarding new employees is not an easy thing to do. Not only does it take a long time, but it also involves the best members of the team, including the leaders.
Managers spend a lot of time organizing and monitoring data on the status of the onboarding of new employees, as well as administrative and analytical activities related to managing the skills development of employees. Often, they simply do not have key data in this area, which may make their decisions misguided or the analyses that precede them take a lot of time.
And yet this is a key issue, because it is all about human resources, which is the most valuable asset in an organization.
Can we do something about it so that we don't waste talent and let their development be the fuel of our organization's growth?
These are just examples of popular – simple, single-pointed – methods, but we can also work in a systemic manner.
What if an adequately configured system could relieve the manager of the burden of organizing and monitoring data on the status of the induction of new employees, as well as administrative and analytical activities related to the management of employee competence development?
The manager then has more time for the activities most valuable to the organization related to managing employee skill building: reliable and efficient goal setting, effective monitoring of new skill adoption, and productive monitoring of new employee deployment.
But this is only 1 of 14 time and energy eaters of employees and managers that we have identified in the course of our long-term experience in over 500 Business Services, Back Office and Middle Office teams in dozens of countries on 5 continents. The presented system solution eliminates these eaters as well.
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✅ what is the disruptive nature of the other 13 eaters?
✅ what is their impact on your team and organisation?
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✅ how do managers usually try to handle them unsuccessfully and how to do it once and for all using the proven system method?
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