Align your 'offer' to your organisation's needs

September 2008
People Management;9/4/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 18, p49
The article offers tips on workers on how to align their selves with the aim of their organization. Workers should begin by taking a snapshot picture of where they are right now and their status in the company. It is also important for workers to see their selves not as an employee, but as a supplier to their organization.


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