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CLA Guest Post- Making Your Performance Management System Work


Poor employee performance can kill an organization. Low productivity, incompetence, and unneeded expenses are the last thing you want at any time, particularly in today’s tough economy.

After decades of work in the field of business and human resources, I know that few things upgrade and energize an organization like a solid Performance Management System. A performance management system incorporates your organization’s annual goals and objectives to create the structure and accountability by which an employee can accomplish these goals and objectives and, more importantly, improve their lives. Only the highest-performing organizations make the performance review process a valued, appreciated, and eagerly anticipated system for the both organization and its employees.

Instead, what usually happens?

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CLA Guest Post- 5 Mistakes Organizations Make When Establishing Core Values


Today, we build on the two previous posts, on creating Mission and Vision Statements by discussing Core Values and creating your organization’s Value Statement, which completes the triad.

When organizations desire to perform at the highest level, they leverage three (3) commitments—three commitments that set the stage for overall efficiency, growth, and prosperity.

• Mission Statement

• Vision Statement

• Core Values Statement

Core Values focus on how you run your organization and interact with customers and suppliers. Not everyone possesses the same core values, so it’s important for an organization to stress what theirs are to employees, vendors, and customers at the onset of hiring, doing business, or providing a service.

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Got Vision?

CLA Guest Post- 3 Mistakes in High-Performance Vision Statements


Today, we’ll look at the 3 biggest mistakes commonly made by organizations during the creation of their Vision Statement.

As discussed in the last postOrganizations wanting to perform at the highest level do so by working to leverage 3 commitments. These commitments set the stage for overall efficiency, growth, and prosperity.

Great leaders vision-cast for their organization.

They have an idea of where they want their organization to be down the road. They chart their desired course ahead of time. The best leaders will map out their Vision, put this Vision on paper, and share their Vision with the entire crew. However, too many leaders fail to be precise—they don’t follow a top-notch process to ensure their Vision truly comes to fruition.

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CLA Guest Post- Common Mistakes with Mission Statements


When organizations want to perform at the highest level, they leverage the three (3) commitments that strengthen their organization like a strong, cement foundation:

With these in place, everyone in the organization starts out on the same page. Better yet, clients and customers know what to expect and it builds additional trust. They appreciate the organization’s investment and articulation of these commitments.

However, it’s not as simple as punching out three sentences to propel your organization forward. There is an important process to creating potent organizational statements to ensure they truly succeed.

Today, we’ll look at the 4 mistakes commonly made during the creation of an organization’s Mission Statement. Done poorly, a Mission Statement can actually undermine the high performance leadership hopes to attain in the first place.

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Press Release: Revolutionizing organizations: In HIS Name HR introduces Human Resources Mastery Toolkit


February 28, 2014 Via  PR Newswire 

Times are tough: today’s tumultuous economic climate is seeing small businesses and non-profit organizations struggle to survive. Human resource-related matters are proving to be the biggest challenges faced – it’s a little known fact that these can be easily solved without high overheads.

High employee turnover, expensive recruiting and hiring processes, and workplace inefficiency are common problems that make growth and prosperity difficult to achieve.

Founder and President of In HIS Name HR Mark Griffin says the key to overcoming these hurdles is knowledgeable leadership.

“Adopting the practices, programs, and techniques of some of the world’s biggest and most successful organizations will transform your company into a lean and efficient powerhouse,” Mr. Griffin says. “All this can be done in-house, potentially saving you thousands of dollars.”

Mr. Griffin explains that HR issues can cause irreparable damage, and it is imperative for the success of any business to address these problems in an effective way. The Human Resources Mastery Toolkit offers in-depth, step-by-step training that equips the user with the resources and tools to expertly correct operational problems and boost organizational performance.

A far cry from an HR how-to booklet, the Human Resources Mastery Toolkit is currently available, for a limited time only, with a free iPad Air with Wi-Fi and a 16GB memory, valued at US$525.

The Human Resources Mastery Toolkit provides the user with five detailed training programs, plus companion materials that cover these areas pertaining to boosting organizational performance:

  • mission, vision and value commitments
  • workplace efficiency
  • performance review process
  • high-performance recruitment
  • employee relations

Ready-made meeting outlines, agendas, and expertly crafted templates accompany each program and are easy to incorporate into the daily running of organizations.

Securing sustained growth and a better work environment is within easy reach. Visit www.hrmastery.com for the key to a more prosperous future.

For further information, please contact:

Mark A. Griffin
717-572-2183
MGriffin@InHISNameHR.com

ABOUT In HIS Name HR

Founded by HR expert, Mark Griffin, in 2011, In HIS Name HR is strongly guided by Christian values and strives to reflect Christ in all areas, starting with the view that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect, and that employees are the most important part of all organizations.

In HIS Name HR provides progressive HR programs to increase productivity and profitability, eliminate non-value-added practices, and enhance employee wellbeing. The company provides around-the-clock support, and representation in all HR situations.