How do you ensure that your top talent will stay engaged, be productive, and work for the company for an extended period of time rather than viewing it just as a training ground and jumping ship at the first opportunity? Learn how to cultivate engagement in every country where you employ people by building both hard and soft ties between the individual and the organization.
- Hiring the right talent is never enough.…Unless people are psychologically engaged,…their productivity will be only a fraction…of what it could be.…At best, people would do what is required.…They will not go beyond these requirements…to suggest improvements and innovations.…You can also bet that unless…they are psychologically engaged,…top talent will inevitably leave for better pastures.…
We've seen many cases where smart and ambitious…young professionals view a global company…as merely a training ground.…And they jump ship after a year or two.…Cultivating a high level of engagement requires building…both hard and soft ties between the individual…and the organization.…Hard ties refer to monetary compensation such as salary,…bonus, and stock, or stock options.…
Soft ties are viewing the company as a place…to build a career as well as intellectual…and emotional bonds between the individual and the company.…It has always been a no brainer that salary and bonus…have to be competitive for local market conditions.…
- Identify the benefits and challenges of globalization.
- Determine how to connect with each local market.
- Explore relevant tips for managing global teams across cultures.
- Examine way to manage and share knowledge across the globe.
- Recognize how to build a company’s brand as a global employer.
- Outline helpful tips on the best ways to manage an expatriate’s assignment.
- Explore the fundamentals of establishing a one-company culture across the globe.
- Determine how to cultivate a global mindset.