Does your HR department spend more time being proactive or being reactive? When it comes to managing individuals and teams, it is easy to become so bogged down with reactive work—filling positions that have been abruptly left empty, settling workplace disputes and reducing the workforce after declining sales—that you have little time left over to actively engage in team building.
Fortunately, Soft Solutions Consulting Inc has been helping businesses with HR organization and team building in Greensboro, NC for years, and we have a proven track record of success. Engaging your employees and leadership teams, we facilitate communication, getting people talking with energy and humor. Whether your company has a few employees or a few hundred employees, we help you address the strategies, planning and implementation that transform your workforce. Here is a rundown of what we can do for your company:
- Building a great culture from the ground up
- “Onboarding” – effective orientation for new people
- Rewards and recognition
- Career coaching and outplacement
- Crucial conversation modeling
- Communicating and managing through change
- 360 degree feedback
- Other HR services tailored for your specific requirements and staged for your situation
- Employment branding and hiring the right people
- Building high-functioning teams and managing dynamics when Boomers, Gen X-ers and Millennials are working together
- Effective conflict resolution strategy
- Employee development and coaching
- Leadership development, executive coaching
- Group coaching/one-to-one coaching
- Employee training to build customer loyalty
If you are in need of a quality, experienced business coach in Greensboro, NC to build harmony, improve loyalty and increase proactive approaches in your workforce, we hope you will trust Soft Solutions Consulting Inc with the job. You can reach us anytime by calling 336-272-7940, or by visiting our Contact Us page.
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Posted by Corliss McGinty on Wednesday, January 4, 2012