3 Tips for Helping Your Employees Succeed!

It is a common practice for workers to complain about their bosses. In the same right, it is practically a right of passage for leaders in a company to complain about their employees when you should be helping your employees.

Let’s get this clear from the start. If you are a leader, don’t do that.

Control what you can control and do what you can to make your employees lives easier. In return, they will take notice and make your life easier as well.

It is important that any business owner or leader accept the fact that their employees will not care about the business as much as they do. This is not strange.It is not a character flaw. It is not their business. The success of the business is not as much of a priority to them as getting their paycheck and doing the work that allows them to support themselves and their family. 

Some companies are adopting a new idea, along the lines of ‘my employees do not work for me, I work for them.’

This changes the dynamic of the employer-employee relationship in a powerful way.

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5 Ways to Create a More Positive Workplace!

If you’re in the human resources department, or you have experience working in an office setting, you probably already understand the importance of doing your part to create a positive workplace culture.

You’ve probably already heard common recommendations, like opening the windows, practicing gratitude, and doing something fun, and yet, the vibe in your office remains the same.

That’s because you have to dig a little bit deeper if you truly want your workplace to be a more positive place to work, and you want it to stay that way.

Here are a few specific ways you can create a more positive workplace culture that go above and beyond the common advice that’s the norm among managers and HR personnel.

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Boost Workforce Resilience with these 5 Tips!

You may have encountered a few people who consider their jobs their main stressors. Well, this is probably because they work in highly demanding jobs where burnout and stress are widespread. The good thing is that you can change how your team perceives work culture and how they react to changes by boosting workforce resilience.

Workforce resilience equips your team with the skills to adapt to job uncertainties, unexpected changes, setbacks, and workplace pressure without losing motivation. A resilient team will always find solutions to challenges, as the members are innovative and a great asset to the business.

If you’re wondering how to boost workforce resilience, here are a few pointers:

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Our Top 10 High Performance Organization / Cultural Change Articles!

There are differences between winning teams and a high performance organization and losing teams. There are differences between winning companies and losing companies.

Some of those differences are induced by uncontrollable factors. And while every winning team does not win all the time, and every losing team does not lose all the time, there are controllable factors which determine the predominant direction of any organization.

You can create the culture and the high performance organization which allows your organization to be successful and win more than you lose. Here we present our 10 best articles to allow you to create the culture that will lead to having a high performance organization.

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