Personal goals and professional plans must be in sync for the organization to function more effectively. Find out how Pramod Ganji, Sr. Vice President of Business Development at Infibeam and one of the Top 100 Great People Managers of 2021 by Great Manager Institute® published in Forbes India, has increased the enthusiasm and efforts put in by his team members.
“Be available for the team members.”
He always makes himself available to provide inspiration, guidance, support, or solutions and frequently engages in a conversation on either professional or personal matters and always acts as a mentor to his coworkers as he is passionate about sharing his wealth of knowledge and expertise so that everyone on the team can grow – both personally and professionally.
“Keep flexible working hours.”
According to Pramod, it’s crucial to provide employees time off to enhance their skill sets through various sessions if you want to assist them develop and become more productive in their profession so they can significantly contribute to the company’s success.
“Make employees the key stakeholders.”
Pramod says that one should continually provide team members with the chance to develop by making the employees the primary stakeholders in the company; this will give them a completely new vision of the company, which will ultimately lead to more thorough work and job satisfaction.
Great Managers Institute® is on a mission to bring out the best in industry leaders. In our series “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast and Everything Else for Lunch ”, we are sharing the best workplace practices of India’s Top 100 Great People Managers of 2021.
According to GMI, this is what we can learn from Pramod Ganji’s story:
1. Make employees the key stakeholders
2. Encourage individual knowledge sharing during joint sessions
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Cheers to great leaders!
Very nice informed.
Thanks pramod for your valuable inputs