The positive feedback you give your staff greatly contributes to their on-the-job motivation, so it is very important to acknowledge the ideas they have implemented. As a direct manager, you are the first one to bestow recognition, but you must also disseminate commendable ideas within the company to create emulation and fuel the dynamic of idea proposal and implementation.
Complex ideas are those that go beyond the team's resources and skills. How should one react to a complex idea suggested by a staff member? First off, be open about the difficulties that could prevent the idea's implementation. Secondly, help the staff member to see the idea through, using your knowledge of the company. Through this process, you will help your staff member progress and develop his/her potential: an excellent achievement for him or her, for you and for the company.
This course will provide you with a strong understanding of how to collaborate knowledge and ideas with your employees. Acknowledging all members of staff's ideas is essential for keeping your staff motivated and pro-active with their work. The course will aim to teach you how to develop complex ideas and deliver them so all members of your team will understand these ideas equally. Ensuring this flexibility with your approach is what develops strong management and leadership for you, and benefits productivity and staff development in your organisation.
On completion of this course, you will have a greater understanding of:
- How best to acknowledge your colleagues’ ideas
- How to develop complex ideas in your company
- How to manage knowledge and information
- Security rules for mobile workers
- How to improve communication in your remote team
- How to get everyone on a team to adopt common tools
- How for crowd sourcing, relevant knowledge is key
- The value of a culture of candour
- 5 tips to make reverse mentoring work
- The virtues of reverse mentoring
- Why you should not let knowledge and expertise escape!
CPD Points: 1.5
CPD Duration (hours): 1.5
Access: 12 months from purchase date