Employee management is a crucial component of a thriving business. This can significantly affect the engagement levels of your agents, managers, supervisors, operations staff and administrative personnel as they go about their day-to-day duties for your organization. Recent studies indicate that around 70% of all American employees in various industries are actively feeling disengaged from their duties and responsibilities at the workplace.
Another study indicates that 58% of American managers are untrained in corporate management. Don’t allow your business to be part of this unfortunate statistic. This is among the primary reasons why you should train your staff and formulate strategic ways to manage your back and front end workflow systems. You’re recommended to do this for each department of your business. Seamless integration between the different units of your organization also needs to be done. Here are 5 of the most cost-effective tactics to pull this off:
Working with remote employees have become the norm as many organizations around the world compete in the global space. However, it can be challenging especially for a company with no experience in handling the remote working setup. Employers may feel uneasy and find themselves unable to cope with managing their remote staff.
Similarly, employees who are unfamiliar with the remote working setup might be unprepared and may find it hard to adapt to the new setup.
Ultimately, making sure this particular setup works falls to the hands of the employer’s managerial skill. They must know how to overcome the challenges that come with having a remote team to make the situation amenable for everyone.…
One of the most important things to consider when choosing a reliable large conference call service is knowing that they can effectively troubleshoot or handle the technical elements of your call for you so you can focus on the meat of your meeting instead. To help you get down to the core of what really matters when conducting an effective meeting, we explore these components the notice, the agenda, and the minutes.
While these three components are usually disregarded, they are essential to conducting a successful large conference call. Master these key components and your calls should be smooth, efficient, and well-documented.
Every conference call starts with the notice of the meeting. This is what makes it official, catches the attention of all participants, and provides them the necessary information regarding the meeting. So before going ahead and thinking of …
Conference calls are a great way to conduct efficient and meaningful meetings when you have participants in remote locations. One way to make sure your participants know what to expect and to prepare ahead of time is by having an agenda. In addition, an agenda will help to keep the meeting stay on track and no stray away from the main objective for the meeting in the first place. Can you believe that reports show only 37% of meetings in the U.S. use agendas? That means 63% are not conducting meetings to their maximum productivity. Now, this can be a huge mistake as it can lead to wasted time, managers and employees not finishing tasks or being disrupted from their work, and of course, it can cost your company money.
Don’t try to be one of these people.
Just how much time do we waste on conference calls? Five minutes? Ten minutes? More? Truth is business people waste an average of 15 minutes per conference call. This involves struggling to get the meeting started, overcoming technological problems, and of course dealing with unnecessary distractions throughout the call which happens more often than not. Those 15 minutes may not seem much but if it happens in every conference call, then it can snowball into a bigger problem. According to a recent report, wasted time in conference calls costs businesses in the US and UK over $34 billion or £26 billion.
Large conference calls are convenient, but if you can’t kick out bad practices and can’t seem to handle a large group of people, then you will not only lose time but also money.