Did you know that one-third of human life is spent working?
In other words, the average human being spends 40 hours per week working which adds to 25 - 30 years of their lifetime.
Most of our day is not spent at home with family members or friends but in the workplace instead, interacting with our fellow peers — and therefore it is crucial to develop and maintain great relationships within the work environment that will allow the employee to perceive the workplace as a place that they feel at home, where they have a sense of family with clearly defined boundaries of course. A place where they can work as a team and through that you might just be surprised to see the benefits it may have in their performance, how they treat and genuinely care for the clients and inevitably increase the revenue within the organisation.
We have identified that there is a great number of demotivated employees in the workplace and unfortunately it has a direct impact on their performance. There are countless reasons as to why an employee may be demotivated in the workplace namely:
2- Strict rules and lack of humanity
3- Low or unfair pay
4- Chaos within the organisation
5- Lack of clearly defined goals
6- Lack of growth opportunity
7- Lack of team work and
8- Ineffective communication between parties which easily leads to conflicts.
I hear many companies complaining about lower revenue and therefore end up reducing staff, overload the remaining staff and cut other costs in order to minimize costs.
Unfortunately once they make the decision to reduce staff, they start lacking the most important resource that the company is dependent on in order to ensure success: Human Resources.
Remember the law of cause and effect: For every effect there is a definite cause, in the same token, for every cause, there is a definite effect. In this context, by simply taking care of the employees we ensure that they will take care of our clients.
Overloading employees leads to greater stress and sense of inefficiency. It directly affects their performance negatively and consequently the revenue. In other words, the service delivery is negatively affected.
The abovementioned option clearly shows that instead of focusing on fighting the problem, it may be ideal to place focus on the goal and to find alternative ways to increase revenue.
One of the the most effective strategies is to ensure that every employee is fully motivated and using their full potential with the ultimate goal to excel.
Happy and motivated employees, with a strong desire to excel — directly affects their performance, their commitment which leads to happy clients and increased revenue.
Take a moment to imagine an organization of which, the majority of the people are full of life and committed to greatness. Awesome imagination right?
Our aim is to identify your needs within the organization, the struggles and threats you are facing, identify your short and long-term goals — and shift the focus, effort and investments from fighting the unwanted outcome to placing the focus on your goals, mission and vision.
Reach out to me to for a free consultation to discuss your needs and ensure Enhanced Solutions.
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- Life Coaching
- Team building
- Psychometrict testing
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotheray (evidence-based)
- + many more
"If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself." — Henry Ford