Allstate Insurance Company: Diversity Competency

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Allstate Insurance Company

Case: Diversity Competency


Establishing term objectives are usually helpful to incorporating deadlines and measures. A Company that really wants to become successful needs to develop and implement goal-setting programs. This is important to be able to define business goals. Goals are contributors to the business growth in a different ways, forcing to develop a plan to follow and a framework within which to work. Always taking into consideration that goal has a timetable, and this will influence the actions profoundly and it is important to be specify, optimism, realistic and set short and long-term goals. With this action, management and organizations will be able to produce positive results, which are the primary task. Making easier the measure performance and evaluate where their employees stand and were improvement is need. Without this, employees would have no direction or ambition to perform a high performance. Implementing goal-setting program, allow organizations towards a new way of working, setting specific changes program objective and able to change management plan for achieving goals objectives. Communication and feedback are the most important ingredients to achieve objective.

Allstate Insurance Company
Evaluate Allstate’s goal setting process to determine whether Allstate has an effective goal-setting program. Diversity competency has been a challenger to Allstate Insurance Company, looking for a new improvement in a daily bases. They realize that is not easy, but their management are found that diversity strategy has become one of the most important challenger, take into consideration that productivity and employee engagement have to be one of the most important tools for the company success. “Diversity is Allstate’s strategy for leveraging differences in order to create a competitive advantage” (Hellriegel / Slocum 2011). They design two...
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