by Natalia Torres
At recent report by McKinsey & Company
shows that 60% of the largest companies in emerging markets are of family nature. According to the Global Family Business Index
, drawn up by the University of St. Gallen
, the 500 largest family firms in the world account for 6.5 Billion dollars in annual sales, and employ 21 million people. Employers
are anticipating change. Three out of four business leaders believe automation
will require new skills over the next complexy years. People working in IT and customer service should feel optimistic. Those employers anticipate greatest increases in headcount, rapid growth in demand is also expected across almost all industries for defining the need to balance our production capacity and actual production: from family businesses to real professional entrepreneurial
Which one are the best future candidates?
Nowhere in the world are more successful family companies situated than in Europe - France and Germany leading the sector. They normally offer stable and steady growing, if they are open to changes. How to get a see of the professional and strategic destination where one wants to and start moving towards it. Here are some hints to change things in your company.
- Recruitment and selection solutions : cv resume by video interview
- Executive recruitment
- Start-up and relocation
- Transition coaching
- Strategic workforce planning
We cannot slow the rate of technological advance
, but employers
can invest in their employers skills
so people and organizations can remain relevant. Family run companies should motivate in a different way and candidates to work in those environments where structures are not always give have to consider these fundamentals:
7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE
- Habit: BE PROACTIVE
a. Learn how to achieve their goals
b. Discover how to overcome lack of motivation and reclutance to take initiative
c. Understand the power behind the choices you make every day of your life
- Habit: BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND
a. Create a personal mission statement
b. Determinate how to help your team define their vision, create unity
c. Discover how to create a customer focus within your work group
- Habit: PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
a. Realise how to attain a healthy balance between work and familiy life.
b. Discover how to minimize having to work in crisis mode
- Habit: THINK WIN-WIN
a. Think mutual benefit And co-operation rather than competition
b. Determinate how to create an environment of trust and fairness
- Habit: SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD
a. Learn how to make yourself understood and obtain the results you want when negotiating agreements.
b. Understand how perceptions are formed and influence the way we think and make decisions.
- Habit: SYNERGISE
a. Realise the rewards of effective teamwork through mutual respect and valuing the differences in others.
b. Determine how to resolve conflicts by searching for undiscovered alternatives that do not compromise either viewpoint.
- Habit: SHARPEN THE SAW
a. Understand the importance of continual improvements and renewal in all areas od life and work
b. Learn to identify activities that will increase the ability of you and your team to produce quality results