Practice or Leadership Skills

Some of us may have been lucky enough to be born, knowing what they want to achieve in their careers, like (picture 1), or (picture 2) or even (picture 3). Yet others do need help in that.With the employment market improving many are getting off the sidelines and looking at making changes in their career … Read More»

The Expectancy Theory of Motivation

The Expectancy Theory of motivation, which was developed by Victor Vroom in 1964, states that people strive for reaching a goal not only because they feel it as achievable, but also because a goal seems real to be met. Purpose-oriented individuals create their expectations and develop predictions about their future lives. If a goal meets … Read More»

Human Resources Management Case Study

The six key issues in the analyzed case- study can be seen as problematic and demanding urgent solution. The main cause of difficulties encountered by Director of Human Resources, Clarissa Schoen, is the disapproval or lack of commitment from business managers. This fact leads to following consequence in organization of management process and intra-communication: Supervisors … Read More»

Managing HIM Department at a hospital

The provided scenario offers a vivid example of how complicated and stressful a job of a supervisor for a health information management (HIM) department at a hospital might be. It seems like managing a HIM department can be at times quite overwhelming because one needs to take into consideration a whole array of various factors … Read More»

Organizational Behaviout & HR Management

PART A How can employees evaluate the fairness of an authority’s decision making? Highly motivated stuff is a key to company’s success. If we think about this more deeply, we’ll see that ideally, there are two main parts of personal motivation: “love what you do and love where you work”. If the first part is … Read More»


The essence of the term “leadership” can be described with the following words. “In its essence, leadership in an organizational role involves (1) establishing a clear vision, (2) sharing (communicating) that vision with others so that they will follow willingly, (3) providing the information, knowledge, and methods to realize that vision, and (4) coordinating and … Read More»

The Human Resource Development Program

Introduction In order to be an effective manager, it is necessary to improve the definite management skills which can be developed with references to the classroom exercises and at the workplace, while participating in the everyday activities and facing the specific challenges. The list of the necessary management skills is based on the management principles. … Read More»

Human Resource Management

The leadership theorists have combined situational leadership with trait approaches. Three basic styles of leadership are distinguished as follows: (1) authoritarian or autocratic; (2) participative or democratic; and (3) delegative or free reign. In addition to these three basic leadership styles, there are other seven styles that are effectively applied by the leaders in today’s … Read More»

Human Resource Case Study

Introduction In order to implement the mission once adopted by the company and make the company successful, all the employees should have well-developed organization, communication, time management and leadership skills. The situation, described in the following case study, makes us not only think about possible solutions for problems, which are faced by a particular manager, … Read More»

Strategic planning HRM

Strategic planning ensures that the organization allocates its resources to the right departments in implementing a strategy. In the human resource department, the organization should ensure that the workers employed understand the goals of the organization. This enables the business to implement its strategic plan effectively. Effective communication between relevant stakeholders facilitates effective implementation of … Read More»