Building Employee Resilience
In last weeks episode, we decided to show some of the examples of how experts from different industries felt about the topic of building employee resilience and leadership during a crisis. Leadership is key to a successful business and strong leadership can really make the difference.
The next question on the list for the panel was how has COVID impacted employee resilience. The person to answer this question was Dr Na Fu Director of MSc in Human Resource Management at Trinity College Dublin.
Her response to this question was that resilience is something that can be be trained and enhanced and its it is evident during this crisis and ones of the past too she also broke them into three stages.
Na stated that when you are reacting to crises people or employees tend to react to emotions and feelings.
Na stated that when you are reacting to crises people or employees tend to respond with different behaviours and these can vary depending on the individual.
Na stated finally that for an employee to then recover and change during a crisis it becomes a combination of all of the above together.
Watch Video: Webinar Employee Resilience Part 2
At Yala, our ambition is to give Start ups and SME s the same capability as large corporates when it comes to talent attraction. We remove the placement fee model and instead work on an agreed monthly fee while you need us. We help talent leaders and business owners succeed by providing experienced in-house talent acquisition teams who are dedicated to your business via a monthly subscription model, allowing you to scale quickly and efficiently. Our senior team have experience providing in house recruitment services to SME’s in Ireland as well as some world’s best known companies such as Pfizer. We’ve lived your challenges, that’s why our solutions work so well. From implementing proven hiring to systems and process reviews, to employer brand advice – we’ve got you covered. No commission. No hidden agendas. Just honest, transparent work to set your business up for success.
We started as a team of three sitting in an attic deciding on how to move forward with our business plan. From then on we have grown the business to a team of 10, and acquired a proper office. Our journey has been challenging but we believe that it has made us and our company what it is today.
We attribute all our success to team effort and hard work. Though we still have a long way to go, we are sure that Yala will be a major contributor to the Irish Recruitment Industry. We hope you’ll join us in this journey as we continue to grow.
What’s important to us here at Yala, is hard work and openness. We love getting the teams feedback on new projects or hearing fresh ideas.