MOTIVATE MODEL by PRISM

IMPROVING WORK PROCESSES AND CULTIVATING COMMITMENT Strengthening working relationships is vital to increasing employee engagement. The MOTIVATE model is designed to help managers encourage all employees to become more engaged. The key prescriptions of this model are: *Measure employee efforts. *Optimize opportunities for involvement. *Talk to employees about engagement. *Inform employees about what is going…

BIG PICTURE

SHOW EMPLOYEES THE BIG PICTURE Employees on all levels need to understand how important their individual work is to the organization as a whole. Employee engagement with #prismphilosophy (www.prismphilosophy.com)  helps employees see the big picture and how their jobs fit into the larger process; when employees see their work more holistically, they make the managers’…

Social media – connect anubhawalia

Social media in an online platform for conversation where businesses can network and raise brand awareness. The major social media platforms are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google+, Pinterest, Vine, and Instagram. Social media enables businesses to interact with clients in real time quickly, easily, and widely. Using social media, businesses can grow using the following steps:…

COACHING TECHNIQUES

ACHIEVERS COACHING TECHNIQUES – THE ENERGY OF A COACH The energy of a coach makes up the final element of coaching, and it is described with the eight-part Achievers Coaching Techniques (ACT). Coaches need to be open with their clients about using these techniques and seek permission to do so. The eight ACT themes flow in a…

COACHING PRINCIPLES

Believe in Human Potential for Greatness First and foremost, coaches need to believe that all people have special gifts that make them uniquely magnificent. Belief in human potential is absolutely essential to helping people maximize their talents. This belief needs to persist despite initial evidence to the contrary, despite mistakes and difficult circumstances. Even subconscious…

WHAT A GOOD MENTOR MUST KNOW

The popular adage, “If you want to have a good friend, you must be a good friend,” also holds true for mentoring. The mentor who sets the example of a proper work ethic, steady productivity, and self-care is most apt to develop a protégé who exhibits these traits. A good mentor accepts responsibility for the success of the relationship…

CREATING A COMMUNICATION EXPERIENCE

Just as a great restaurant experience involves more than just a great meal, a great communication experience involves more than just a great message. Creating a great experience relies on using people’s emotions to create connections. Without connections, messages are lost. Emotionally connective communications are created two ways: Through behaviors that convey warmth, caring, and…

Phone Interview

In The Essential Phone Interview Handbook, Paul Bailo outlines the many various tools and skills necessary to ensure a positive phone interview experience, and a successful step toward ultimately securing a job. THE FIVE KEY ELEMENTS Bailo begins by describing five key elements that he believes are the foundation of a strong, memorable phone interview: 1….

The Balanced Scorecard by Anubha Walia 

The concept of the Balanced Scorecard was created by Robert Kaplan and David Norton in 1992. Kaplan and Norton formalized the metrics collection process and developed a framework that allowed for consistent application of the metrics. The Balanced Scorecard focuses on four perspectives: financial, customer, internal processes, and learning and growth. As organizations began to…

WRITING E-MAILS THAT GET RESULTS

 Speakers that follow the best practices for effective e-mails will ensure that they get the attention and response they deserve. In order to compose effective e-mails, people must: * Begin with a clear, meaningful subject line. * Keep messages short; the rule of thumb is “the shorter the better.” * Organize content from most important…