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Staff development and adjustment

Teamwork makes the dream work

You may be familiar with the phrase "Teamwork makes the dream work" that phrase really strikes a chord spiken there is so much to get out of teamwork than many may realize. Having a strong team that works well together provides many benefits for companies, from increased productivity to happier, more committed staff who want to continue working for the business.

So how do you get your staff to work better as a team?

It's not as simple as just telling the staff that they need to work as a team, you need to be able to nurture your team by offering team building opportunities. This can be within the work environment or away from the workplace. Some companies have had a lot of success by organizing team building activities during "days off", where employees can participate in a problem-solving activity.

Reward good teamwork

When you see good examples of your team working well together, make sure it does not go unnoticed. If you can reward it in any way, it will encourage teamwork, both for the people who receive the reward and for those who see that it has been rewarded. You can even have a regular reward for the best example of teamwork. Employees for lunch.

Smart goals and behavioral goals

With relevant and common goals, focus and direction are created in the business.

Find out which goals are relevant by starting from what is important to follow up in the business in order for it to develop in the right direction. Some can be common goals, others can be set for the respective employees.

There are different types of goals. Two of the most common types are so-called "smart goals" and behavioral goals.

Characteristic of a smart goal

  • Specific - The first cornerstone of the SMART goals concept is that the goals must be specific. That a goal is specific means that it is very precise and well defined and that one can not misinterpret it in any way. To take as an example, a non-specific goal could be that you "should save money every month"While an equivalent specific objective would be"save SEK 2,000 every month”. You should always set specific goals as they are easier to follow and easier to see if you have achieved them.
  • Measurable - The next point is about the goals being measurable. As we mentioned in the previous point, it is therefore important that it is easy to know when you have met the goal. If, for example, the goal is to “be fit“It is very difficult to know when you have actually achieved the goal. I mean who can answer when you are fit? There is no direct measure of that. Instead, it should be possible to measure and as an example, one could aim to "lift 100 kg in bench press”.
  • Accepted - It is very important that you can stand behind your goals and thus accept its meaning. This point becomes even more important if there are several people involved in the case. If it is a company that has set a goal, it is important that everyone involved accepts the goal.
  • Realistic - It is very important that the goal is reasonable and realistic. But at the same time, the goals must not be too easy either. Strive to set goals that are challenging but within a realistic framework so that you feel that it is all possible.
  • Time-bound - When setting goals, it is important that you have a clear start and end date. Above all, it is important to set a specific time when the goal must be met. If you do not do this, you lose the effect of fighting to reach the goal in time. And at the same time, it is easy to constantly postpone the goal. Set a date on all your goals.

Behavioral goals - another smart method

With a behavioral goal, each component is concretized individually, it is followed up with relevant questions that answer the question of measurability: what support is needed, what strengths and weaknesses exist, how should the group work together and what is the individual's responsibility to achieve the goal. Which strategy is the most advantageous and what resources are available.

 

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Wikipedia information about Human resources HR HRM

Human resources Human resources-avdelning (HR-avdelning) eller human resource management (HRM) kallas ett företags personalavdelning som ser till att det finns basprocesser relaterade till resursen humankapital (eng. human resources), det vill säga till personalens kompetens, psykiska och fysiska välbefinnande, i en organisation. Det innefattar hur organisationer arbetar med sin personal för att främja organisationen, exempelvis rekrytering, lönesättning, kompetensutveckling, hälsovård och annan personalvård. Skillnaden mot hur man tidigare har jobbat med personaladministration är att HRM jobbar mer genomtänkt och strategiskt med organisationens mänskliga resurser. HRM kopplas tydligt an till organisationens affärsidé, mål, visioner och strategier. HRM ser till de anställda, både som grupper och som individer, och ser till personalens beteende samt emotionella och sociala aspekter. Trots den tydliga skillnaden mellan personaladministration och HRM är det många organisationers personalavdelningar som bara bytt namn till HRM-avdelning. Dock menar vissa att det inte finns en förenlig bild över vad HRM egentligen är och vad det ska göra vilket kan göra distinktionen mellan personalavdelning och HRM-avdelning något luddig.