We are responsible for assisting clients with strategically integrating effective HR processes, programs and practices into their daily operations. Their role is also to maximize the client's performance related to human resources. To accomplish this, the HR Consultant may need to perform needs assessments or audits and make recommendations or proposals, coordinate the creation and implementation of an action or corrective plan, and when required, organize and coordinate cross-functional Human Resource teams to assist the client with developing and implementing performance improvement corrective plans, programs or processes.
Constructive feedback, both positive and negative, is crucial to an employee’s development and performance. Feedback should be given as frequently as possible, both formally through the annual performance review, but also informally through ongoing conversations and coaching. Managers really lose a golden opportunity to motivate their employees if they forget to praise an employee on doing a great job, or ineffectively praise the employee by providing no personalized examples of how that employee performed well.
On the other hand, there is nothing quite as disheartening as learning for the first time during an annual review that some aspect of your performance has been lacking for the past six months, but you were never notified. Feedback gives employees the opportunity to change behavior and also to charge forward; but if they don’t know, how can we expect them to perform to their full potential? Not many people feel comfortable in delivering the feedback. We understand the need of delivering and provide an expert to assist you in achieving