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Guidelines presentation time management guidelines

Category: HRM

Delegation Delegate whenever possible — downwards, upwards and sideways. Delegate tasks but do not abdicate them. If it is your task, you still have the final responsibility



Procrastination

Category: HRM

1) Work Sheet Consider each of the factors below and circle a number, which represents your particular behaviour. Remember there are no right or wrong answers to the procrastination indicator and its purpose is to give a general guide to your behaviour. The guide is for your personal use, so be honest with yourself.



Time stealers/wasters

Category: HRM

A Time Stealer/Waster is an obstacle that gets in the way of achieving the job objective and does not contribute anything positive. See list below:



Time management and the prime time of day

Category: HRM

Time Management is the effective use of your time and that of your subordinates, which means organising yourself first and then your subordinates



Behavioural questionnaire and check-list. What kind of managers bring the best of you?

Category: HRM

Behavioural questionnaire and check-list Leadership checklist



Leadership: setting up the project of developing more accurate practices

Category: HRM

The different styles which affect leadership They are shown on the graph:



Criticise an example of a past common compensation policy in western European banks

Category: Staff’s Motivation

Common characteristics and evolution trends of past compensation policies of western European banks Base rates used to be established through collectively negotiated agreements and fixed according to conventional structures, in a rather rigid manner (codified system of scales).



Compensation, wages and salaries. Comparison of compensation policies

Category: Staff’s Motivation

The main factors/elements of a compensation policy There are five key elements in good compensation plans for banks:



How to increase motivation to work. Factors of motivation. Types of stimulation

Category: Staff’s Motivation

What are the qualitative factors of motivation? What type of action for a qualitative motivation You are responsible for a unit. What would be your answer to the different expectations of your colleagues, knowing that you are a manager who is convinced that the motivation of the people at work is the key to success?



Herzberg’s theory of the motivation to work

Category: Staff’s Motivation

The initial study and the concepts The American psychologist Frederick Herzberg has propounded a theory of motivation at work that concentrates on Job Satisfaction. He identified two basic categories of need systems: the need to avoid unpleasantness and the need for personal growth.





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