As a HR executive, I am sure you are often looking for ways to make performance more effective and help the organization increase the profit margins. this is best accomplished by keeping your employees safe and happy. By safe I mean providing an environment that is supportive and always has the mental wellness of the workforce at heart. By ensure that the organization fosters a problem solving approach that makes employees secure to create and innovate without fear of being reprimanded or fired. Even if it’s just ay to day mundane jobs, these will receive better attention when the boss is not looking over the employee’s shoulder trying to intimidate or restrict the person with the ultimate aim of protecting her/himself from future blame.
Organizations are encouraging a toxic culture of mistrust and conflict which is actually counter productive.
The video in the link is a chat about various Organizational aspects that improve performance and factors that improve the happiness quotient and ultimately performance of your most valuable resource – the people who work for you!
Published by Dr. Prabha Srinivas
Consultation services for Behavioural Development of Employees
Organization Development consultant, Cross cultural Trainer, Personal Safety Program Facilitator
MA in Applied Psychology, PhD (Organization Behavior), SHRM certificate in HR ( USA), Certified trainer for MBTI, IDI, Social Styles ( USA), Certifications in Life skills Facilitation, Yoga (S Vyasa University), Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior therapy
I have worked in the HR and Organization Development space for nearly 22 years during which time I have worked at improving organizational and people through Leadership coaching, Cross cultural training, Diversity management, and training in Assertiveness, mentoring, goal setting
In India, I had tenures with organizations like Indian Market Research Bureau, Kirloskar AAF, The P and P group and PwC SDC with primary focus being on Organization development and resultant training/coaching. The later part of my career has been in the United States with organization such as Minnesota School of business and Metropolitan council.
From 2013-2016 I worked as a trainer with Brookfield International for Cross Cultural competence durin which time I coached senior executives from global companies such as Bosch, Northern trust and Merck on Indian culture. I have conducted training programs for managers on American culture (General motors, Bosch). And published a book on the subject titled “American Culture – Demystified for new Indian Immigrants.”
In the last couple of years I have been associated with Enfold Charitable trust in Bangalore India helping them with effectiveness research and streamlining the Volunteer involvement program. I conduct yoga classes on stress management.
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