Poor People Management is the first blog of our series - ‘Employee Retention in the Gulf’. In my latest Introduction blog I outlined three areas where the serious ‘headache’ of staff retention in the ‘war for talent’ would be won and lost.
Expo 2020 in Dubai is going to transform the United Arab Emirates and impact greatly on neighbouring GCC states such as Qatar and Oman. In the last ten years, the population of the UAE has more than doubled to nearly 10 million. The conservative estimate of visitors to Expo 2020 is 25 million over the six month Expo period. It is estimated that roughly 275,000 associated jobs will be created. The list of statistics between today and Expo 2020 is endless and exciting. However, for organisations in the gulf one major headache is emerging.
At the end of a fascinating English Premier League campaign a review of the High Performance credentials of the top 4 contenders shows that Manchester City are worthy winners. There is also evidence to suggest that Liverpool ‘bottled’ it given they were in control of their own destiny with 4 games to go.
Senior leaders need to really engage, develop and provide support to their operations middle managers because something’s got to give. Apart from having to deliver on functional KPIs, many extra responsibilities have been devolved to operations middle managers including HR, Quality, Budgeting, Health and Safety etc… They are also being asked to head up cross …
Diana Nyad made history and achieved her extreme dream on Sept 2nd 2013, after swimming 110 miles from Cuba to Florida, in 52 hours, 54 minutes. Her successful fifth attempt makes her the first person to complete the swim without a shark cage. How do organisations maintain high performance and are there lessons to be learned …
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