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Personnel empowerment

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  • 1. PERSONNEL EMPOWERMENT
    By
    Vaishnavi Ragunathan
  • 2. What Is Empowerment?
    “Empowerment means encouraging and allowing individuals to take personal responsibility for improving the way they do their jobs and contribute to the organization's goals”
    -Richard Carver
    • Empowering employees involves giving 4 elements
    • 3. Information
    • 4. Knowledge
    • 5. Power
    • 6. Rewards
  • CHARACTERISTICS OF EMPOWERMENT
    • Employees feel empowered and respected
    • 7. Process of personal development
    • 8. Different from delegation of authority
    • 9. Employees are trusted and valued
    • 10. Open and responsive culture
    • 11. Employee assumes managerial and staff responsibility
    • 12. Empowering not means someone else to loose it
  • CORE DIMENSIONS OF EMPOWERMENT
  • 13. SELF-EFFICACY
    • A sense of personal competence
    • 14. Belief that I have the ability to perform the task
    • 15. Belief that I am capable of putting forth the effort
    • 16. Belief that no outside obstacles will prevent me from accomplishing the task.
  • SELF-DETERMINATION
    To be self determined means to experience a sense of choice in initiating and regulating one’s own actions
    • A sense of personal choice
    • 17. Choices about the methods used to accomplish a task
    • 18. Choices about the effort to be expended
    • 19. Choices about the pace of the work
  • PERSONAL CONSEQUENCES
    • Sense of having impact
    • 20. Impact is the degree to which an individual can influence strategic, administrative, or operating outcomes at work
    • 21. Feeling of active control – brings the environment into alignment with wishes
    • 22. Feeling of passive control – wishes are brought into alignment with the environment
  • TRUST
    • Sense of security
    • 23. Feeling that I shall be treated fairly and equitably
    • 24. Encourages the development of relationships
    • 25. Allows people to act in a confident and straight forward manner
  • MEANINGFULNESS
    • Sense of value in the activity
    • 26. Value the purpose or goals of the activity
    • 27. Creates a sense of purpose, passion, or mission
  • APPROACHES TO EMPOWERMENT
    • Helping employees achieve job mastering
    • 28. Providing successful role models
    • 29. Allowing more control
    • 30. Giving emotional support
    • 31. Using social reinforcement and persuasion
  • EMPOWERMENT PROCESS
  • 32. FACTORS AFFECTING EMPOWERMENT
  • EMPOWERMENT LEVELS
    Enabling employees to make more & bigger decisions without having to refer to someone more senior
    Involving employees in taking responsibility for improving the way things are done
    Degree of empowerment & leadership
    • Getting closer to the customer
    • 35. Improving delivery
    • 36. Increasing productivity
    • 37. Gaining the competitive edge
    Encouragingemployees to play more active role in their work
    Organizational Benefits
  • 38. IMPORTANCE OF EMPOWERMENT
    • Creates intrapreneurship
    • 39. Effective leadership
    • 40. Broad vision
    • 41. Cut throat competition
    • 42. Speed & flexibility
    • 43. Globalization
    • 44. Human Resource Development
  • BARRIERS TO EMPOWERMENT
    • Keen love of managers for authority
    • 45. Inadequate organizational climate
    • 46. Lack of self-dependence
    • 47. Sense of fear of retribution by superiors
    • 48. Sense of fear of retribution by subordinates
  • “ He who has power over others, can’t empower himself ”
    -Tao Te Ching
    Real employee empowerment is not about sharing your power, it is unleashing employees power
  • 49. Thank You

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