We HR professionals usually find our self either in the AC chamber or conference hall to discuss or deliberate any issue in a formal atmosphere. With the NATURE in mind a thought came, why can’t we discuss HR issues in Open air in an informal atmosphere. “Mind is like a parachute – it works when open, but to get mind open we need space.” We had first HR @ Kitli on 13th May 2017 with 10 participant at Appna Adda, S G High way Nr. Manan motors Ahmedabad. Though it was at first looks very discouraging but ultimately when discussion took place for almost an hour, it was so encouraging, enlighten and with lots of participation, It was discuss and decided to continue this initiative every Second Sunday of the month from 8.00 am to 9.30 am. We discussed why so thin number on Sunday morning...
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It’s a fundamental rule of management that to lead others you need to practice frequent and open communication. It’s certainly a simple idea that sounds good, but yet so many of us don’t actually make it happen at all. Why is having a one-hour meeting once a week so hard? First, we know we’re supposed to have them, but aren’t always sure what makes them productive. We may err on the side of being too unstructured and loose, or have so much on our own plates that it’s not a priority. Here are some ways to be sure that you have a strategic 121 1. Have a schedule and stick to it. How can an unplanned meeting be more important than a planned 121 ? Generally, emergency message, unplanned meet, visit to some place are obstacles as these reasons win over and priority changes ! Think !! Was 121 a ...