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[img_assist|nid=1665|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=67]To create a high performance culture in the broadcast industry, there is a need for management to communicate regularly with the employees, recognize and reward their initiative and endeavor, develop a lifelong mindset and build an employee ownership and confidence on what they are selling for the organization.

As broadcasting is a creative industry, management must be aware of individual needs, and develop a workplace wherein people have space to think, create and share comfortably.

To create a high performance culture in the broadcast industry, there is a need for management to communicate regularly with the employees, recognize and reward their initiative and endeavor, develop a lifelong mindset and build an employee ownership and confidence on what they are selling for the organization.

As broadcasting is a creative industry, management must be aware of individual needs, and develop a workplace wherein people have space to think, create and share comfortably.

Ms. Sally-Ann Wilson, Secretary General of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, UK, presented today these recommendations at the plenary session on “ Creating a High Performance Culture” of the Asia Media Summit in Hanoi.

In her presentation, she said it was important to focus on the individual to build group commitment to the company’s mission and objectives.

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Mr. Anothai Udomsilip, Director of the Academic Institute of Public Media, Thai Public Broadcasting Service, and Thailand also spoke at this session, and cited some steps to build a high performance culture. They involved adopting a clear public service remit, raising awareness about an organization’s brand and developing trust between management and employees.

For his part, Mr. Francis Herman, Team Leader of the AusAid-funded Vois Blong Yumi Project, Vanatu, emphasized initiatives to retain employees. They include provision for profit sharing arrangement, performance pay system, cash and non-cash rewards for excellence, excellence awards and opportunities for further education, among others.

In the Pacific Islands, keeping good people has become a daunting challenge because of the failure to pay better wages and stark absence of a people development plan.

In addressing retention issues, Mr. Herman said broadcasters in the region are beginning to develop organizations objectives and strategies, setting job expectations and promoting actively career development plans.

[img_assist|nid=1665|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=67]To create a high performance culture in the broadcast industry, there is a need for management to communicate regularly with the employees, recognize and reward their initiative and endeavor, develop a lifelong mindset and build an employee ownership and confidence on what they are selling for the organization.

As broadcasting is a creative industry, management must be aware of individual needs, and develop a workplace wherein people have space to think, create and share comfortably.

Mediahub, a convenient and cost-efficient e-platform for content providers and users to share, buy and sell programs, was officially launched today at the Asia Media Summit 2011.

This business-oriented video sharing website is a new service AIBD members can benefit by uploading, sharing, exposing their trailers, demos or pilots to more than 140 registered high profile customers ready for content acquisition.

[img_assist|nid=1615|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=67]More than 20 students from three universities in Hanoi are having fun and learning much from their voluntary work during the Asia Media Summit 2011. Some said it can be tiring, but its benefits have been fulfilling.

Showing abundant warmth and hospitality common to many Vietnamese people, these students were assigned to assist at the registration desk, secretariat room, presummit workshops and welcome desk at the airport.

[img_assist|nid=1566|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=67]The Asia Media Summit 2011 that opens in Hanoi tomorrow has attracted more than 300 Vietnamese participants mostly senior officials from national and local radio and television organizations as well as working local and Hanoi-based foreign journalists.

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan of Vietnam will deliver the keynote address before more than 500 delegates including invited members of the diplomatic corps who will attend the Summit’s inaugural ceremony at Melia Hotel.