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David J Dingli

David J Dingli

David J. Dingli is the managing consultant of Resource Productivity Consulting Services, a management consulting firm specializing in strategic planning, operational efficiency improvements and management development & training. (www.rpcsmalta.com). He is  also an Assistant Professor with Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands and has lectured at MBA level in 27 countries throughout Asia, Africa, South America and Europe.

Employee Engagement and Performance Management

The term “Employee Engagement” has taken on a new dimension within the Human Resource function and companies today are striving to develop ways within which their employees are “aligned” to the strategic mission of the firm. Alignment does lead to more motivated, higher performing, cohesive and engaged employees.  The reason for this hype is that research evidence has shown that “engaged employees” display a superior sense of purpose, are able to focus their energies, display personal initiative and effort, are more persistent in problem solving, are sick less often and are constantly aware of corporate goals and therefore display goal oriented behaviour. They can also be contagious spreading their enthusiasm to their peers.

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Teaching Methodologies

It is primarily important to realize that good teaching is as much about passion as it is about reason. This therefore requires a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to be entrusted with a teaching role. Good teaching for adult learning is also about listening, questioning, being responsive to participants and treating them as individuals. Also, each class or group is different, so any instructor attempting to roll out a standard approach irrespective of the audience will definitely fail irrespective of the methodology adopted. One must remain flexible, ready to experiment with new ideas and must possess the confidence to react and adjust to changing circumstances. A good instructor cares and nurtures his/her participants and strives to develop their minds and talents.

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