Sunday, September 07, 2008

Prince: Attitude, Skill, Knowledge

Perfect Situation:

Under the perfect situation, organization’s hiring process ensures only those who move long the linear is hired. This pool of professionals is supposed to equip with a balance of attitude, skill, and knowledge, and they learned as they move up the corporate ladder. They improved as they assume different position under different environment that requires different set of skills and attitudes. People of such learn and improved by their will to change for better…these are also driven partly by organization’s vision to improve employees’ skills and attitude through differentiated development program.

However, People of this type are difficult to seek for. It is almost impossible to strike a balance in this universe because human being is unique, and is being exposed to different upbringing. All these mould the attitude, and experience of people in the universe; at which determine the set of thinking carries along with them, and is most commonly termed, are ‘positive thinking’, and ‘negative thinking’. Both will lead the attitude building of people since young…

Preferred Situation:

Since it is difficult to get ‘perfection’; the most preferred situation is those with good attitude. Most organization preferred this option because attitude is difficult to mould; unlike Skills and Knowledge where you can learn on the job. Attitude followed a person since young and it takes exceptional self-realization, and courage to change. Furthermore, organization isn’t willing to spend exceptional more in attitude correction program where usually ineffectual.

Disastrous Situation:

It happens mostly in organization that has no proper screening process; those with high skills and knowledge but worse rated for attitude. Organization occupied with high number of these people will result to high turnover. People of such find difficult to work in a team, not receptive towards new ideas, and often cornered themselves from others. They are likely to keep their skills and knowledge in “safe box” as a way to protect their comfort zone.

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