ISBN 9781259002724,5 Engaging Ways To Promote Employee Performance & Well-Being

5 Engaging Ways To Promote Employee Performance & Well-Being

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ISBN 9781259002724
Publisher

Publication Year 2011
ISBN-13

ISBN 9781259002724

ISBN-10 1259002721
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 266 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Budgeting & financial management

Creating A Helping Organisation: 5 Engaging Ways To Promote Employee Performance, Growth & Well-Being outlines ways which can be adopted to solve one of the most potent problems in the current socio-cultural scenario of India- that of promoting employee performance and growth. With the rapid development of the economic sector, India has come to experience psychological problems owing to the social consequence of prosperous employee conditions. In a strangely self-contradictory situation, the present prosperity of employees can turn out to be counter-productive in future. The loss or lack of support-systems like family or friends that had previously helped to keep the balance between work and leisure is fast increasing since many people have to leave these behind to take up jobs in different cities. Creating A Helping Organisation: 5 Engaging Ways To Promote Employee Performance, Growth & Well-Being provides a solution to this very crisis. The book is divided into fourteen chapters, beginning with an introduction and then goes on to discuss the issues under headings like Why Help Matters in Today's Workplace, The Help that Employees Need and Where They Look for It, The Power of the Helping Relationship at Work, The Inner Workings of Helping, The Layers of Help in an Organisational Context, Ineffective Helpers within Organisations, Community Help, Barefoot Help, Qualified Help, Professional Help for Executive Coaching, and Professional Employee Assistance. Ganesh Chella is the founder of Totus Consulting, a leading Human Resource consulting firm in India. His contributions as a consultant, coach, teacher, and thought leader is acknowledged nationwide. Apart from this book, Chella has penned over a hundred articles and had been a columnist in The Hindu Business Line.