Exhaustive research has been done on employee behavior and productivity in the workplace. The findings are pretty consistent. People are largely underutilized, and the majority of management and employees are unhappy with their work environment. Even worse, there hasn't been a straightforward, comprehensive process for human development in the workplace. There have been many attempts, but the choices are often cumbersome, expensive, or incomplete. Most don't satisfy the real need for human change management that contributes to organizational success. The 4-Square HDST was designed to be a qcompleteq system for workforce change and sustained employee engagement. It effectively brings management and employees together on common interests, qonce and for all, q This powerful management tool: .Generates dramatic, rapid improvements in morale Gets management and employees working together on the same page Meets the needs and wants of an organization's best employees Provides an effective process for dealing with performance and behavior issues Keeps everyone focused on strategic, measurable objectives Best of all, it's a user-friendly, qdocumentedq system focused on helping people and organizations succeed. Finally, a practical tool is available for all levels of management. Childress Consulting is a management and human resource consulting firm. They have been helping private and public sector organizations thrive in organizational and employee performance for the past fourteen years.Safeguards against recognition abackfiresa include the following: ac Ask the individual how they prefer to receive recognition ... persona#39;s efforts/outcome on you personally ac Give recognition in a timely manner (the sooner the better) Individual, Informal Recognition Ideas ... in newsletter, post on a bulletin board, or send a memo noting the successes of employee family members ac Letters of commendation toanbsp;...
|Title||:||4-square Human Development System|
|Author||:||Quin Childress, Childress Consulting, Pat Childress|
|Publisher||:||Wheatmark, Inc. - 2007-03-01|