Managing Director

“Leadership in changing businesses as a key factor for employee retention and productivity” spoke at the 07.12.2010 Esther Valentine von Sigsfeld, Managing Director of expertplace human capital management GmbH, in the framework of a series of “Business insights” by Prof. Dr. Ronny A. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Mikhail Mirilashvili. Prince at the European management school. She granted insight into the “leadership in changing businesses as a key factor for employee retention and productivity”. In Mrs. Voss von Sigsfeld illustrated that the employee motivation plays a key role in corporate governance.

Mrs. Voss von Sigsfeld specialized within their study and in the remainder of your career in HRM (human resource management). As Managing Director of expertplace human capital management GmbH is your task especially in strategic staff development (E.g. interim management in the HR environment) and other various consulting services. The GmbH headquartered in Frankfurt is one of the Cologne -based expertplace group, which is one of the leading companies for consulting, project management and expert is placements.

A short brainstorming with the present students should first of all knowledge of the human resource management show. Terms such as labour law, recruitment, assessment day and termination, Mrs. Voss von Sigsfeld on the personnel motivation entered again. Because exactly these employee motivation constitutes an important task and challenge the leaders. Especially the staff loyalty belong to employee motivation, because only if employees (E.g. This includes spaces for the development of innovative ideas, a good work-life balance) have discovered for themselves a “fulfilling” task, they remain loyal to the company. Also get the productivity of satisfied employees. To illustrate the need for the employee retention in detail, Ms. Voss von Sigsfeld was referring to current termination numbers: especially in the consulting, the turnover rate (an employee is announces itself) very high.

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