HR is key to any organization’s success. Human Resources is responsible for payroll, hiring, termination, designing policies on the code of conduct et cetera. But is it also relevant in playing a role for organizational development? In this article, we aim to answer these questions.
When we talk about the most popular industries with high-paying jobs, nutrition does not make the list in most of the cases. In today’s fast-paced world, where every other school student wants to become either an engineer, a businessman, a doctor or an architect, the number of young people interested in nutrition as a career is comparatively lower.However, if you see the brighter side, the competition in this particular field is less intense, and interestingly, there are plenty career options to explore as well. If you are pursuing your higher studies in Nutrition, you may like to assess all the possible career options that you can have in this particular field.
One of the main features that should have in development planning is gender equity. Gender equity is all about fairness, equal opportunity and even handedness. Gender equality is also acknowledged as sexual equality. It is the state of equal admission to resources and chances irrespective of one’s gender.
Educational institutes throughout the world tend to focus more on preparing students for professional life, working for corporations that aim to provide a service and make huge profits. They also prepare entrepreneurs who come up with the most innovative ideas for businesses and compete with similar firms to reap financial benefits in the market.
It can be daunting at times to write a grant proposal. This can be especially true when there is so much work required to put into it. Among the many steps required include recognizing a problem in the area that you wish to help, thinking of a perfect program to match it and then pitching your proposal to a funding source. If you or your organisation have never applied for a grant, then you’ll be happy to know that if you do, your entire organization will benefit from the entire application process.
Getting a rejection letter is not easy. You experience a sense of agony, sadness, depression and anger – at the same time. However, we want to remind you that – if you keep your cool in this tough time, and respond back with a gracious and polite response – then you can actually save yourself a lot of grace.
‘Hari Sadhu’ an ad character couple of years back on Television screen gained lot of popularity and drew the attention of many professionals. The ad was not only entertaining but also it had coined few fundamental questions on the work culture in contemporary society and the image of so called “Manager or Boss”. Now, with the passage of time and emerging working trend in 21st century the position of “Manager or Boss” is becoming more and more challenging, crucial and complicated. As a result many B-Schools have revised their curriculum focusing more and more on practical problems rather than confining to theoretical approach and train their students to face the upcoming challenges of 21st century. Similarly the recruiting agencies and HR units of different organisations/corporate have also changed their recruitment or selection process. Where along with the knowledge aspect the understanding and problem solving ability of a candidate, translating her/his experience into execution is the key of success. So to say, Managing the people / work is no longer the definition of a Manager. Now it has expanded too many more dimensions and requires a set of skills, which is unfortunately is not taught in normal classroom. Lists of such attributes are as follows.
Actions definitely speak louder than words. They speak much louder when you are being interviewed. The dreadful part is, interviewers assiduously note movements and use gathered data to analyse your personality. This decides whether or not you get employed. High qualifications, experience are fine but exist on paper. Non-verbal communications brings interviews to life.
Everybody wants to make something good out of their lives. Merely a job is often not good enough, we want a purpose in life that would help us feel useful and appreciated for all the good that we would be doing within our dream job. The most common and obvious way to achieve that is to apply for a job at an NGO where our productiveness would be valued not directly by the amount of financial profit that we bring to the company or the amount of trust and authority that we bring to the company’s name, but by the amount of good that we do for the world that we live in.