Employee management includes goal-oriented integration of employees into the tasks of the company. Executives are responsible for defining the strategy, communicating clear goals, guiding and motivating staff (among other things).
Part of employee management is to incorporate employees into the company’s tasks. Is part of the executives’ responsibility to inspire motivation and commitment in their staff. This is achieved through clear communication, tangible and realistic goals as well as practical delegation and effective planning.
In addition to a sophisticated strategy, it is above all interpersonal behaviour that distinguishes a suitable and respected executive. A demeaning tone, destructive criticism, belittling of work performance and similar behaviour should therefore be avoided. Instead, executives should be deliberate in their decision-making and choice of words. Ideally, necessary and appropriate consistency and justice balance each other out.
Executives play a decisive role in shaping the working atmosphere, which ideally forms a solid basis for communication and exchange among their employees. An open, friendly atmosphere within the company leaves room for dialogue, reflection and feedback. This sustainably optimises results, promotes employee loyalty and increases work performance as well as willingness to work.
Employee management is an ongoing process of building mutual trust and achieving successful, goal-oriented and long-term collaboration with qualified, motivated and supportive employees.
Through their influence on the employees, executives contribute decisively to the successful realisation of the company’s goals.