Talented employees are a genuine resource to any company or manpower outsourcing firms. Identifying good talent and nurturing them for taking up crucial roles and responsibilities in the future is the major concern for many organizations. The high-potential workforce in an organization assists in adding competitive benefit to any business by generating large dividends. Thus, top-notch companies across the world, including start-ups, take a deep interest in grooming young talent by creating special development programs.
These development programs instill a global mindset in budding talent and help them gain comprehensive knowledge of the business so that they can enhance their performance and deliver better value to its clients. Moreover, employee grooming programs prepare future business leaders to develop leadership in thoughts as well as actions, besides grooming them to lead big and small teams adequately, at different positions.
In this blog, Mr. Atul Mahajan, Director, Trendsetters Facilities & Technical Services (TFTS) which is India’s top manpower outsourcing company shares 5 ways to groom best performing employees.
Invest In Good People
An easy way to begin for any company or manpower outsourcing firm is by investing in the best talent. Pay a fair and competitive salary to the people you envision as future leaders of your organization. You do not want to start investing extra resources in them only to have them slip away to a competitor offering a few more money.
Identify Good Talent
Being in any business or manpower outsourcing firm it is important to develop in your future leaders the honor and pride that comes from being acknowledged for a job well performed. That not only builds morale, it develops a culture that teaches future managers that this is a workplace that appreciates his/her hard work.
It should go like this; the way your organization treats its customers the same treatment should be delivered towards your staff as well. If you invest in your staff then you are automatically investing in your clients for long term success.
Teach Time Management
As you know that there will never be more than 24 hours in any given day, learning time management is a key to developing team-leadership skills.
Help your future team leaders by investing in the products and the training that will help them enhance, organize and maximize the time spent working every day.
Whether it is through software, mobile apps, seminars or one-on-one coaching, developing time-management skills in future leaders will pay rich dividends when projects are managed effectively and completed on given schedule.
Make the workplace a flexible place for employees while they are in the process of developing team leadership skills.
Moving to the cloud provides mobility for all. Allowing work-from-home schedules makes it easier for employees to manage a work/life balance and develop into leaders for the long term.
Invest in technology that makes employees more portable and more efficient.
Lead By Example
This is the easiest thing to do as you don’t have to spend anything, but you will be paid back ten-times. Try to be a model leader for your employees. Be professional, be decisive, be ethical, be supportive and treat employees equally and well. The team leadership qualities you want to see in your workforce should be the same as they see in you every single day.