Diversifying the Workplace

Diversity at the workplace is something that has been spoken about often, especially in the recent past. It is being paid a lot of attention to and there have been multiple movements promoting its importance. There have been many cases in the past where people have been openly rejected from companies because of their gender, race, ethnicity, religion, etc. From a time when companies would discriminate and not take in women and people of certain races, to now where there are statutory diversity requirements, the corporate world has come a long way.

Humans to Humanoids

For many years now, researchers and economists alike, have been discussing the impact technology and machines are and will have on various industries. It started with the Industrial Revolution that changed a lot of aspects about physical labour. Manufacturing companies started increasingly moving towards better machinery and equipment. Now, with the outset of AI (Artificial Intelligence), a lot of tasks that were done with mental ability have also been replaced by robots and machines.

Employee Engagement and Learning & Development

Learning and development is seen as the function, usually attributed to the human resources department, which helps the individual employee grow. This growth of the individual employee aids in the growth of the team, business, and the overall organisation. When one says Learning and Development, what often strikes people is training programmes. But L&D is a lot more than that. It involves various aspects that all put together lead to the growth of the employee.

Making the World a Better Place – One Child at a Time

It is a small classroom in the local corporation school. The walls are brightly coloured with different educational charts stuck on them. The children are energetic and very bright. They great you with a loud cheer and a million-dollar smile. Like any other ten-year old, they are extremely inquisitive and have great dreams. But how many of them would get a chance to achieve theirs?

Where the Millennial Meets Culture

Over time, different aspects at the workplace are paid a little extra attention to – things that the company and all its stakeholders start focussing on. In the past few years, the culture of the organisation has been a key area that everyone – from management, employees, to those applying to the company focus on. The culture of the company says a lot about its personality – the values it cherishes, the kind of environment it provides, and the people who are connected to it. A lot can be told about a company when one understands its culture.

Winning over Customers in VUCA Market

A term that has been thrown around in the business world is ‘VUCA’. While it isn’t by any means, a new expression, it has helped many eloquently talk about a situation faced for decades. VUCA is an acronym for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous. This is used, in essence, to describe the business world and market. The market could be extremely volatile – the smallest trigger may set it off in unpredictable ways. There is uncertainty always looming around what may happen, setbacks that may occur, and sudden upsurges. The market is very complex in a way that one can never predict what might happen, and even if predicted, it may be influenced by various other factors. Ambiguity of the market can be seen where one may not be able to explain the cause for any change in the market – both positive and negative.

Boosting Performance with Learning and Development

Learning and Development is seen as the role of HR through which skills of the workforce is built. As the name suggests, L&D focuses on increasing the learning and thereby leading to development of the individual leading to the overall development of the organisation.

Cracking the Core Competencies Code

Every job role has its own set of requirements in terms of skills and knowledge needed. Two roles in the same company may not have similar requirements in this view, and neither will two companies of the same industry. An engineer and marketer in an automobile company will not have the same skill requirements but nor will engineers from two different automobile companies. A lot of it is based on specific needs that the role demands. However, there would be a few skills that would be commonly required among the roles. There would also be some that all people working in an industry would require irrespective of role. In the same way, all working professionals would require some skills in common. Communication skills, interpersonal skills, and integrity, among others have been some skills that all professionals have been advised to possess. These skills and attributes, termed as competencies, that are required by everyone in a company, industry, or even the corporate world, are known as the core-competencies of that space.

Decoding Talent Management

From the moment an employee enters the organisation (actually, even before) till the time they retire or exit the company, talent management goes on. Talent Management is seen as the strategic, employee-oriented version of Human Resource Management which is typically more administrative. The process starts right from when roles in the company are drafted. So, from the time the company starts requiring workforce, talent management is in play. An organisation may know exactly what needs to be done, what different roles would be required, and how it can succeed. But without the right people to be working in it, in the right capacities, the plans would never materialise.

Soft Skills Training in India

No matter which kind of a company you run, you know it can't survive without good clientele. Your customers are the reason behind your company's survival and growth. Your employees are your greatest asset, but you can only ensure the optimal utilization of their skills if you train them the correct way. It is important that your employees are able to establish healthy relationships with your clients. Soft skills are essential for every employee if you want to have an edge over the other companies in terms of customer interaction. Soft skills consist of everything from communication skills to people skills to emotional intelligence and so much more. These qualities and attributes are highly valuable as because of these the employees are able to deal with the clients easily.

Six Sigma Training in India

Skillwise Academy aims to deliver quality training solutions for your team. Whatever trainings we offer, are definitely the need of the hour and help your company gain an edge over those out there in the market pitching their ideas to the same target audience as yours. But why should you go for Six Sigma Training? Here are a few reasons that will help you understand the necessity of getting your employees trained by the professionals of Skillwise Academy

Firstline Manager Training

The true asset of any company is its employees. But just like every star player needs a good coach, every employee needs a good manager that can guide him in the right direction. Being a manager isn't easy as it is, but it becomes ten times more difficult when you're new at being a manager. You need to understand your employees, manage them effectively, be fluent at communication and have excellent communication skills, be able to delegate and lead, and so much more. But how does a person who is absolutely new to this stuff understand all the responsibilities and excel at it? Don't worry, Skillwise Academy will provide you the answer to all of your questions. Skillwise Academy is one of the top leading agencies when it comes to providing you training in whichever field you want that will help you become better and your company more successful.

Kaizen Training in India

Kaizen is a Japanese term that refers to “continuous improvement”. They believe that there is always scope for improvement and every element of every single process must be scrutinized as you can always better yourself. No matter how good you believe you are, you can never be perfect. You must've heard of the saying “Nobody's perfect”, but you can surely try to be close to perfect. Skillwise Academy helps you achieve that near perfect state. Skillwise Academy aims to train every employee under this field as by enhancing their skills as individuals they are able to improve the overall business performance of the company. Skillwise Academy provides their clients with business solutions that helps them enhance their skills and gain an edge over the rest of the companies out there.

Design Thinking and Emotional Intelligence Training

Where creativity and emotional intelligence meet, design thinkers are born. Creative minds are the reason behind the success of any company. The market is growing at an extremely fast rate, competitors are increasing in every field, technologies are becoming obsolete in the blink of an eye. Even if you figure out a way to survive in the market, is it enough? Or is your purpose to triumph? Design thinking allows the company to achieve extraordinary results by following a protocol that solves their issues on a repetitive basis.

Banking Training In India

Banking training in India teaches you how banks actually work. Various topics are covered in the training- How do banks provided credit to the people, how do investments and trade take place, how to raise capital, how to provide liquidity, how to transfer risk, etc. There are many more questions that arise in the minds of inquisitive people, but sadly they hardly get a well explained answer for the same.

Corporate Training In India

Six Sigma provides a set of tools and techniques for process Initially corporate training used to be considered to be essential only in the big firms and businesses, but now we are observing that it is being considered mandatory by every corporate company, irrespective of its size. Employees are the top most asset for any company. These are the assets that hold the power of pushing your company up the ladder of success. Corporate training is essential as it enables the company to understand the needs of its employees and hence bring the necessary change in their attitude and behavior.

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