In a business world governed by benchmarks, targets and objectives, it is essential not to lose sight of a potentially valuable resource: the personal initiative. With efficacy in mind, individual performance is scripted, in order to keep a valid account of employee progress. However, this has proven to be detrimental to generating innovative ideas which could benefit the overall performance.
The second day of the 11th HR Metrics Summit continued with a number of speeches, but it also included panels, which were a good opportunity for participants to interact one with another, to share experiences and learn from the outcomes of their fellow colleagues.
Within a company, the coherence between the individual and the organizational objectives and values is essential for achieving performance. An aspect that can ensure employees’ commitment to the established strategy and their support in achieving the organizational goals is motivation, an element that is often under-utilized by managers.