People Development and Career Path

Executives play a powerful role in people development because virtually every decision has development implications. The strategic planning process, budgets, organization structure, promotion and career pathing practices, company policies, management systems, management style all of these business terms bring to mind the value of human resources, while setting the boundaries and tone for employee growth and development.

In most organizations these boundaries need to be carefully reexamined for their effects on productivity, satisfaction and development. Executives who do not respond to this challenge risk losing their best people and stifling the creativity and commitment that make organizations great. For very practical reasons, new human resources management and development practices are needed in most organizations: Continue reading

Career Path and Job Experience

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Mr. Harry is an organized and tidy worker which is probably due to the nature of his job as a housekeeper. From the lengthy years of work experience in housekeeping, this has made him the practical person he is today. He handles problems quickly using his knowledge gathered from past experiences. Task committed, he will not stop something he started until it is finished.

Mr. Harry is very disciplined and strict when it comes to the rules and regulations of the hotel. He is always on time and he trains his staff to also be on time. He coordinates his crew with authority and is always consistent regarding the consequences for disobedience. He tries to guide them so they can work carefully, which are the important part of housekeeping. He would talk with his staff personally even outside the job. As an example, he does not tolerate non-serious workers during working hours, but lightens up and jokes around with them after work. Continue reading