REMEMBERING THE HUMAN ELEMENT IN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Delivering strategies to help organizations create a culture where collaboration and mutual respect are key drivers for success.
Stress in the workplace is all too familiar and has a negative impact on human resources and can affect productivity. Providing simple, ready-to-use stress management techniques such as breathing, stretching and visualization can support the well-being of any workforce. These techniques are often added during the course of any professional development session and are easy takeaways to help staff improve their overall quality of life while at work (and at home too!).
We can demonstrate a personal brand where others view us as professional, smart, competent and courteous or, as rude, short-tempered unable to problem-solve or work with others. Maintaining the right attitude, even when there is disagreement or uncertainty, can be the difference between success or failure. With the right tools, techniques and effort, one can always stay in control of their professional image, representing themselves and their organization well.
Without collaboration and effective communication, there is a potential breakdown in the exchange of information, and without the exchange of information, a fundamental element of human interaction is lost. Collaboration allows teams to come together to share ideas, knowledge and expertise, creating a broader pool of options for planning, decision making and day-to-day operations.
The workplace is made up of people with various levels of knowledge, different experiences and perspectives. However, there is one thing that is always common: the Human Element and keeping this in mind while interacting with one another can not only create a productive work environment but a compassionate one too!
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Sabrina Harris, former Human Resources Manager
Second Chance, Inc.