PATHWAY TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY, RAISE UP MORAL AND DECREASE TURNOVER
How to turn around low productivity, low level of engagement, of involvement and high turnover?
The way to ENGAGE and MOBILIZE EMPLOYEES
What's the level of involvement, engagement, and turnover in your organization or in a particular department?
This is not a rhetorical question. You should know this.
And if you don't know this, then you've probably already noticed that in this particular department things don't run as well as they could/should.
You maybe have already started to inquire and the feedback you've received sounds something like these:
- "We just got our employee engagement surveys back, and the results were disappointing."
- "I love technology but I don’t love managing people. } My team is not doing what I need them to do."
- "I’ve just gotten feedback on a 360-degree review, and the reviews from my employees were a negative surprise."
- "I was trained to be a great [lawyer/physician/engineer…] but never on how to lead a team. "
- "I’ve been a star salesperson but I have no idea how to be a sales manager."
This same sentence can apply to anyone who was a superstar on the front lines and is now thrown into management.
- "We have issues recruiting, retaining, and developing top talent."
You see, there's no need to become hopeless. As we are human beings, we have naturally some flexibility and possibilities to do things differently. As a leader, a manager, you work with some kind of "flexible material" that can be turned on or off - if we can say things this way.
This "material" is people, and if you read these lines it's probably because your people are partially or totally turned off.
If you want to turn them on, there are ways to do that. I got proven process to help you to
- reach higher productivity from your people
- get better teamwork
- increase your comfort and confidence in leading
- improve your impact and your leadership presence
- increase morale and decrease turnover
- develop internal talent to assume greater responsibility and make continuous improvements
- have the ability to spend time on fewer hassles and fires, and focus on more strategic issues.