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A good HR director should be able to administer, mobilize, and develop the human resources involved in an organization for greater efficiency and effectiveness. It does not mean that people are resources but rather that people have resources (talent, skills, gifts) that need to be managed.
As a human resources director, it is up to you to manage the resources of the people so that they are best invested in achieving the objectives defined by the company.
Your first 90 days in a new company is the integration period. It is therefore vital for you and the company that it goes well.
During this period:
The culture of a company is the norms and values that are developed, including behavior, language used by the staff, the daily business processes. Culture is, therefore, a set of practices already anchored in the habits of the organization. So, as a newcomer in the company, not thinking, acting, adapting to this culture can lead to a disconnect with the other staff. This disconnect can result in misguided decision-making that can frustrate more than one and create a disagreement.
It is misadvised to content yourself with knowing just the organization and relegating the knowledge of the people to the background. Your isolation can be fatal. It can reduce your chances of establishing strong relationships with others, and of getting valuable information about the operation of the business.
To prove your worth and to impress everyone else, you could become presumptuous and pretentious. You may think you can solve the crucial problems of the organization by yourself. This is not true and others can ressent it.
As a new director, you will probably inherit an old team that does not suit you. It would be a shame to keep such a team that won’t make you succeed. Most of the time, some new leaders are intimidated by the seniority or opinion that team members may have of them. If a team seems unsuitable, avoid keeping it. As a new leader, adjust things.
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